When it rains, it pours! Right as companies are trying to keep costs as low as possible, employees’ retirement plan balances are taking a dive. Here’s a strategy that can take care of both.
Recession fears lead mid-level employees to be more likely to press their luck with skimming a little off the top. Believe it or not, that may be good news.
Training’s important to build skills, improve retention and show your staffers you think they’re valuable. It also takes a big bite out of the budget.
Your company has a referral program to weed out weak links from the expensive recruiting process. Smart move. But how fruitful is your program?
The majority of your peers who outsource see the payoff they were after, but that’s not tough to do — they were setting the bar way too low.
They’re probably not shaking anyone down for milk money, but office bullies are just as damaging as the ones on the playground. And they’re costing companies … a lot.
Hear the word “psychopath” and you likely think of someone in a horror movie or prison. How about three offices down from yours?
Workers’ comp costs can take a bite out of even the most safety-conscious companies’ bottom lines. Yes, have people wear their goggles and keep power cords off the floor. But you also might want to take a look at your job coding.
No matter the amount on any given employee’s paycheck, your organization is paying an additional $6.50 per paycheck to prepare and process that payment.