Results from a recent Harris Poll show that 72% of responding employees want access to their pay on-demand, while only 6% actually have this access. That 66% gap means the #dailypaybenefit is on a high-growth curve.
daily pay benefit, employee, future of work
HR, Employee Experience, employee, MAGGIE, future of work
Recently I presented at the @OnCon conference in Orlando, Florida. I discussed the impact of Millennials and Gen Z in the workplace and how their presence challenges us, as leaders, to rethink every aspect of the employee experience. I was joined by peers in Marketing who represent the world’s leading companies[...]
neo-payday lenders, #dailypaynation, future of work, payroll-advance apps
For the last 50 years, payroll has been a business-as-usual, set-in-stone, mechanical process that takes place on a predictable weekly, biweekly, semimonthly or monthly schedule. Workers, without any savings, who had an emergency or a bill due outside of the normal pay cycle have been forced to endure late and[...]