It’s no secret that employees do not exist inside a bubble. They lead very dynamic lives outside of work that inherently affect their actions and productivity in the office. Investing in your employees’ wellness outside of work is one of the best ways to improve morale in your business, and in turn, improve your bottom line. Here
Owners of small and mid-sized businesses are constantly wearing different hats throughout the day to keep their companies operating smoothly. From handling paperwork and employees to meeting customers’ expectations, there’s a lot to manage just on a day-by-day basis. While balancing daily operations with cost-saving efforts to improve the business’s bottom line, retirement planning often gets overlooked.
In the business world, it’s widely known that it costs more to find a new customer than to retain an existing customer. But is the same true for employees? Businesses small and large have made great efforts to retain existing customers for the benefit of their bottom line, but have yet to implement these actions
As a business owner, offering employee benefits is critical to the longevity and financial success of your company. The modern workforce is increasingly placing more significance on perks and benefits when job searching and making employment decisions. We’re here to help you understand how benefits attract and retain employees – including how to offer the