The term “war for talent” was coined by McKinsey’s Steven Hankin in 1997 and popularized by a book of the same name in 2001. It refers to the rise of ever fiercer competition to recruit and retain employees when too few workers are available.
Payroll, what employees want, hr trends, improve retention, payroll benefits, Recruiting, hourly employees
employee hiring problems, Payroll, what employees want, employer hiring problems, hiring, hiring good employees, payroll benefits, Recruiting, seasonal workers, hourly employees
Hiring hourly employees seems like a simple endeavor. Put out a Help Wanted sign, maybe an ad on Craigslist, and let the candidates come pouring in.
Payroll, what employees want, payroll benefits, seasonal workers, hourly employees
Summer is upon us, which means that seasonal hiring of hourly workers is kicking into full gear. But let us venture to say something that seems contradictory on its face. When hiring seasonal hourly employees, don’t approach it as a “summer fling.” Instead, recruit for retention.
Payroll, what employees want, payroll benefits
Onboarding comes with its fair share of HR heavy lifting, which includes distributing and collecting W-4 forms and entering that information into your payroll system.
direct deposit, education, paper checks, Payroll, payroll costs, HR, payroll benefits
Why send a handwritten letter when you can shoot a quick e-mail or text message? That analogy may best describe the difference of processing paper checks versus direct deposit. More than being an outdated and time-consuming practice, writing paper check is a more costly process for many businesses.