April 2019

It doesn’t come as a shock that compensation is something that employees really care about. How much an employee is getting paid for the work they are doing is something that affects their performance, happiness, and whether or not they feel valued.  From earnings, health...

Have you ever noticed how much more likely an upset customer is to publicly express their distaste than a satisfied customer is to publicly praise your efforts? You may have heard scary statistics about how on average customers will tell 15 people about a negative...

  It would be extremely difficult to get through a workday if you were behind your computer for 8 hours a day (in some cases more) with no one you felt like you could turn to and have a conversation with. The lack of human connection...

  Workers compensation takes care of your employees if they were to get injured or become ill while on the job.  Coverage will help with medical expenses and wage replacement while the employee is out of work. Not only does it benefit your team but it...

There is nothing more exciting than ending your candidate search and bringing on a new hire. Recruitment, after all, is one of the toughest parts of running a business. With the shift in the recruitment process becoming more candidate-driven there is an increase in pressure...

If you are not in the position to hand out company cars your next best bet is to offer mileage reimbursement to employees who travel as a part of their job. Some positions require more travel than others but ultimately it is best to...

Have you ever noticed how much more enjoyable and motivated you are at work when you have a work BFF? Work can be a great place to meet friends when the right environment is provided. It’s not always easy to break the ice and find...

  No matter how many times we fill out a W-4 it can still be confusing. Not to mention, how you fill out a W-4 will most likely change over your lifetime and the number one question will always remain, “How many allowances should I claim?”. Although, we can’t...