Many businesses deploy a net promoter score (NPS) survey which is an index that measures the willingness of customers to recommend a company's products or services to others. There is value in learning how others perceive your products and their loyalty to the brand, and companies often make fundamental changes[...]
how to improve enps, what is enps, Employee Turnover, enps
reducing turnover rate, turnover rate, what employees want, employee benefits, Employee Retention, Employee Turnover, financial wellness, how to help employees, new benefits, Recruiting, reduce turnover, employee loyalty
To quote The Atlantic, “we are living in an Age of Peak Perk.”
If you want to attract top-tier talent and hold onto them, then offering competitive benefits that support overall happiness and well-being is an absolute must. Happy workers make for more successful companies. According to research, happy employees[...]
retention, Employee Turnover, generation z, millennials, text emoji
Now employees can get access on demand pay and instant payments simply by texting emojis
DailyPay, the on-demand payment platform that gives employees real-time access to earned wages, today introduced the DailyPay Emojis service. DailyPay Emojis, which allows users to make requests via SMS for instant access to[...]
Payroll, what employees want, hr trends, improve retention, payroll benefits, Recruiting, hourly employees
Income volatility is a term that refers to monthly and annual income dips and jumps. With the rise in the gig economy, the sine wave of volatility is even whipping down to a weekly basis.
Employee Retention, Recruiting
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.
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.
retention, Employee Turnover, Press Releases
World's Leading Manufacturer of Rearview Mirrors Offers Employees On-Demand Payments
NEW YORK (March 23, 2018) - DailyPay, an on-demand payment platform that reduces employee turnover through instant access to wages, today announced a national partnership with SMR Automotive. SMR is a subsidiary of Mothersun[...]
retention, Employee Turnover, Press Releases, hospitality, food service, restaurant, hotels
DailyPay Announces Partnership with 21c Museum Hotels
employee benefits, Recruiting
When hiring seasonal hourly employees, don’t think of them as temporary, i.e. a “seasonal fling." Instead, recruit for retention.
Rosemary Haefner, Chief Human Resources Officer at CareerBuilder, told SHRM in a recent interview:
"Like employees, employers shouldn't look at a seasonal job as a temporary[...]