Workplace stress can have a negative effect on employee productivity and health. Find out if your workplace qualifies as barely stressed, moderately stressed, or very stressed and learn some ways you can help make it a better place to do business.
In a 40-hour workweek, how much is your staff actually spending their time on work? More than a thousand professionals told us about the amount of downtime they get at their jobs, what they do with it, and more.
Human capital management (HCM) software supports companies' HR management efforts by improving workforce planning, employee reviews, recruiting, and other essential processes. Here's a closer look at what business leaders need to know.
HR professionals share key insights from the Walter E. Washington Convention Center in Washington, DC, at the Society for Human Resource Management's Annual Conference and Exposition, June 19-22, 2016.
If you understand in detail how your product or service is different from the competition, you already know your Unique Selling Proposition. But for many startups and/or established small businesses, the true nature of their USP remains elusive.
As consumer loyalty programs are designed to strengthen the connection between the customer and the company brand, similar workforce loyalty programs can help build the employer and employee bond. Review the following steps for building an employee loyalty program in your business.
This recorded webinar outlines how to improve your business’ chance of obtaining the financing it needs during COVID-19. Note: This was recorded prior to the passage of the PPP Flexibility Act on June 5, 2020. To learn more, visit our Paycheck Protection Program resource page.
We asked 300 business owners across the U.S. about how they’re managing their business, supporting employees, staying financially fit, and planning for re-opening. Here’s what they had to say as the country begins to get back to work.
In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, on March 4th, 2020, Governor Gavin Newsom proclaimed a State of Emergency in California. The economic disruption hit non-essential businesses particularly hard, leaving many business owners wondering how to manage furloughs and layoffs. Compounding the difficulty is the uncertainty of how long a workforce will be reduced.
Paychex was founded over four decades ago to relieve the complexity of running a business and make our clients' lives easier, so they can focus on what matters most.
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