As a new year begins, so do new resolutions. For some, it may be to hit the gym more often or maybe eat out less, but for business owners and managers, it may be time to reassess your HR processes in order to have the best year yet.
As a business owner, one of the biggest concerns you might face is time theft. Did you know that nearly half of employees commit time theft in one form or another? As a matter of fact, 43% of employees accept pay for time that they have not actually worked. As the new year begins, you might want to consider ways to prevent this from happening in your business, because at the end of the day, time clock fraud has a big impact on your bottom line.
If you have a job, chances are you have dealt with a stressful situation at some point. Even if you love what you do, the truth is that no matter what industry you work in there are different factors that can trigger stress for some people. Some of the most common sources are low salaries, excessive workloads, few or no opportunities for growth or advancement, unclear performance expectations - the list goes on. Why should employers try to reduce the causes of stress at work? Firstly, reducing work-related stress can be hugely beneficial to an employer:
Doing your own payroll, even if it’s for just one employee, usually comes with a lot of work and headaches. This is why payroll service providers have come up with ways to help make the life of payroll managers much easier. Because there are a lot of rules, laws, calculations, and other things to know, using online payroll processing services to run payroll makes more sense, since they do most of the work for you. But how do you know which payroll service is the best option for your company?
With modern employees working remotely and on multiple devices nowadays, the need for increased cybersecurity is more prevalent than ever. Unprotected computers are easy targets for cybercrime, and make companies vulnerable to security breaches and hacks by cybercriminals. The risk of a security breach could be detrimental to the prosperity of a business and the digital health of its employees.
Small businesses need to leverage all the tools at their disposal to make the most of their cash flow, marketing, and day-to-day operations. 29% of small businesses fail because they run out of capital. What if there was a way to stay on top of your income, expenses, and more all without any complicated process?
Content creation is one of the crucial Google ranking factors in all industries, HR included. This means you need to apply the state of the art optimization tactics to make your posts stand out from the bunch of competitors. It takes a lot of creativity and research to craft a post that satisfies the requirements of both parties. In this article, we will explain to you how to write HR content the audience loves and ranks highly in Google searches. Let’s take a look!