Working remotely has gained a lot of traction recently and the trend only appears to be increasing in popularity. But despite remote work’s popularity, some employers remain hesitant about their employees working outside the office. The reality is remote work bears out a number of advantages for employers. Let’s examine how remote work adds value to your company.
Some sort of payroll process is necessary for nearly any business, regardless of its industry. However, there are some industries that need more than just basic payroll software in order to better run their day-to-day processes. Chief among these is the manufacturing industry. Whether it’s assembly work, machine operation, packaging, shipping, or supervising, organizations in this industry need to have a payroll software that can handle the intricacies of running a manufacturing business.
Exit interviews can be uncomfortable. Some departing employees use the opportunity to vent years worth of pent up frustration. And while negative feedback is hard to listen to, if employees are willing to express how they feel about working for your organization, there might be nuggets of wisdom concealed in their frustration. If you’re willing to conduct exit interviews, it’s worth the time to consider a former employee’s feedback about their experience.
Keeping track of applicants for your organization is one of the most important aspects of managing a business, and the best way to do this is to use an Applicant Tracking System. An ATS will help you monitor certain analytics such as how long it takes, on average, to fill a vacant position and how often you’re hiring new employees throughout the year, thereby helping your business run smoother and more efficiently. Not convinced? Read on to see why you should be using at Applicant Tracking System for all your hiring needs.
There has been a new date set for EE0-1 Pay data reporting. The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) released a brief statement on its website stating employers would be required to report employee pay data by September 30th. Let’s take a look at the details of the immediate reinstatement of revised EE0-1.
Saying goodbye can be awkward, especially at work. You might be sad to see a great employee walk out the door for good, or you may be grateful to never have to see their face again. Regardless of the circumstance, conducting exit interviews can provide some important feedback. By treating these interviews with care, you’ll invest in the morale of your existing employees and the reputation of your organization.
By this point I’m sure you know a structured and personalized onboarding process greatly benefits your new hire and your business. But one type of employee can be overlooked in the onboarding process, and that is remote workers. If your company allows employees to work remotely, or hires remote workers, you can’t afford to leave them out of your onboarding process. Let’s examine a few tips to properly onboard remote employees.
A guided, structured onboarding process is a key element in retaining employees. One subject that should be covered in the onboarding process is your health insurance options. The problem is, health insurance is a colossally complicated subject and a daunting field for new employees to navigate. That’s why it’s important to dedicate a phase of your onboarding process to explaining your company’s health insurance options so your new hire feels confident and informed about their health coverage selection.
Dominion has some product updates coming, including updates to Applicant Tracking, the Payroll Preview Dashboard, and a new Deductions Report. Check out these updates and more below, and let us know if you have any questions at 616.248.3835 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Employee time theft is a reality of any business. This can take the form of anything from falsifying hours, handling personal business while on the clock, or partake in “buddy punching,” which is when an employee clocks in or out for a friend who is not on site yet. With nearly half of the hourly workforce admitting to this, employers need to know how to combat it. The first step of doing this is being aware of what the most common methods of committing time theft are.