Tax Season and Your Employees

Tax Season and Your Employees

At the beginning of every year, there are two critical numbers in tax-law provisions that are adjusted for inflation. The IRS and Social Security Administration usually release these figures in October. Unfortunately, at the time of writing this, these figures have...
Top Cost-Cutting Measures

Top Cost-Cutting Measures

As we approach a new year, companies are looking for new ways to save money and properly budget. As a small business, it can be difficult to save money and grow at the same time. There are, however, some unique things you can implement to trim your operating budget....
The Basics of Intraoffice Conflict Management

The Basics of Intraoffice Conflict Management

Conflict can arise anywhere at any time, regardless of how well team members work with each other. Failure to address conflict efficiently can lead to high turnover rates, which can cost anywhere from 16%–216% of the salary of the individual as noted in our last...
Does Employee Turnover Keep You Up at Night?

Does Employee Turnover Keep You Up at Night?

Employee turnover rates can have a substantial effect on the lifeblood of the business. It is estimated turnovers can cost anywhere from 16% to 216% percent of the employee’s salary. Another study found that 25% of all new hires quit within a year. There are...
The Benefits of Healthy Employees

The Benefits of Healthy Employees

There are a plethora of benefits associated with having your employees in good health. Investing in perks like gym or health memberships can have notable upfront costs. However, there are also benefits that will make a substantial impact on your business performance....
Is Hiring Student Workers Worth It?

Is Hiring Student Workers Worth It?

When hiring student employees, you need to consider several factors. While doing so can be beneficial for you and the students you hire, there can be some downsides you need to prepare for. Here are just a few of the pros and cons associated with hiring students for...