3 Steps for an Effective Post-COVID Payroll Strategy

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Employee payrolls are some of the most significant expenditures in most business models. This makes it very challenging, even in the best of times, to keep payrolls sustainable. Of course, a post-COVID payroll strategy has several additional layers of complexity. Likewise, the margin for error is...

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Why Employers Should Consider Telehealth Benefits for Employees

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Healthcare in the United States offers subscribers access to high-quality professionals, equipment, and medical procedures. However, advanced healthcare facilities are not cheap. This is why employees take a hard look at health insurance and benefits when considering employment. In short, benefits can make or break a potential hire. When coupled with a pandemic, the...

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How Do Family-Owned Firms Manage Workforce Challenges?

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Workforce management can be challenging in any business setting. With family-owned businesses, there can be several other layers of complexity. Family-run concerns aren’t always a mom-and-pop corner store. They can employ anywhere between two to thousands of employees. They can exist in various industries,...

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Tips to Help Employers Manage Remote Teams

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Workforces and workplaces have transformed dramatically over the past two years, just like everything else. COVID-19 has been an unprecedented disruption across countries, economies, and industries, and one of the most visible changes has been a shift towards remote working. However, most managers and...

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Can Developer Productivity be Measured?

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Managing worker productivity is a challenge for every business. There are several variables that could help managers boost productivity. Conversely, there can be several factors that have the opposite effect. Circumstances can change without warning, which means productivity management is that much harder. On top of all that, it gets even harder...

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