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How to Develop and Conduct Employee Surveys
By Skye Schooley | September 21, 2022

Businesses should routinely conduct employee surveys to take the pulse of employee satisfaction and company culture. Learn how to conduct employee surveys.

How to Rescind a Job Offer
By Isaiah Atkins | September 21, 2022

Rescinding a job offer is a sensitive issue with potential liability. Learn when you can and can't rescind a job offer, and how to inform the candidate.

How to Calculate and Improve Employee Turnover
By Max Freedman | September 20, 2022

Learn what causes employee turnover and how to improve retention.

Hiring Full-Time vs. Part-Time Employees
By Shayna Waltower | September 20, 2022

This guide can help you determine whether you should hire full- or part-time employees.

Customer Service Solutions for Small Businesses
By Sara Angeles | September 19, 2022

Looking to better reach consumers? Check out these eight customer service solutions.

What Are the Requirements of Maternity Leave?
By Kiely Kuligowski | September 19, 2022

Here's everything you need to know about maternity leave and how to create a parental leave policy.

New-Hire Surveys: 32 Questions to Ask
By Julie Ritzer Ross | September 19, 2022

Learn how to improve your hiring process by developing a new hire survey.

Exempt vs. Nonexempt: What Is the Difference?
By Skye Schooley | September 19, 2022

You need to learn the differences between exempt and nonexempt employees, as misclassification can have legal ramifications for your business.

Small Business Use of Independent Contractors Outpaces Full-Time Hires
By Adam Uzialko | September 19, 2022

A tight labor market and desire to cut costs have caused small business owners to increasingly turn to independent contractors, rather than hire full-time employees.

Workers Have Entrepreneurial Bug but Lack Confidence
By Adam Uzialko | September 16, 2022
Hiring Veterans? What Employers Need to Know
By Max Freedman | August 25, 2022

Are you considering hiring veterans for your small business? Here's what you should know.

Employer’s Guide to COBRA Insurance
By Kimberlee Leonard | August 25, 2022

This guide explains the ins and outs of COBRA insurance for small businesses and employers.

Telecommuting: Should Your Company Make It Permanent?
By Donna Fuscaldo | August 24, 2022

Thousands of companies are now telecommuting, but should it be permanent for your business?

Popular Alternatives to Direct Deposit
By Sammi Caramela | August 24, 2022

With the demand for alternatives to direct deposit on the rise, we've outlined popular solutions that are gaining traction.

How to Make Sure You’re EEO Compliant
By Max Freedman | August 22, 2022

Stay compliant with equal employment opportunity laws using this guide on EEO best practices.

How to Write a Job Offer Letter
By Julie Ritzer Ross | August 22, 2022

It's important to know what to put in and what to leave out of a formal job offer. Here are some guidelines for crafting a detailed offer letter.

6 Tips for Writing an Effective Performance Review
By Sean Peek | August 19, 2022

Performance reviews can be the difference between a winning team and a failing business.

Types of Organizational Structures to Consider for Your Business
By Max Freedman | August 19, 2022

This guide explains the various organizational structures and will help you decide which works best for your business.

Which Holidays Should Your Business Offer Paid Time Off For?
By Donna Fuscaldo | August 17, 2022

Many companies offer employees paid holidays. Which holidays should you choose, and how does it work?

How to Hire for Your Business: The First 8 People You Should Hire
By Skye Schooley | August 17, 2022

Here are some of the most commonly suggested first hires for your business.

Falling Back May Disrupt Your Whole Week
By Marisa Sanfilippo | August 17, 2022

Twice a year the clocks change. Here's how to keep the shift from disrupting your business.

What Is a CTO?
By Matt D’Angelo | August 17, 2022

This guide explains what a CTO is and their regular responsibilities in a typical business organization.

What Does It Cost to Hire an Employee?
By Eduardo Vasconcellos | August 17, 2022

Learn the costs of hiring employees and how to keep your expenses manageable when recruiting, hiring, and onboarding a new team member.

How Do PEO and Payroll Services Differ?
By Max Freedman | August 17, 2022

There are some significant differences between payroll service providers and PEOs. Learn which service is right for your business.

What Is a Flexible Spending Account (FSA)?
By Skye Schooley | August 17, 2022

Healthcare FSAs are a great benefit to offer your employees. Learn what they are and how they work.

What Is a Health Savings Account (HSA)?
By Skye Schooley | August 17, 2022

Discover whether you should offer an HSA to your employees.

What Is the Difference Between an FSA, HRA and HSA?
By Skye Schooley | August 17, 2022

Discover the differences between an FSA, HRA, and HSA and which one you should offer your employees.

How to Determine Employee Salary Ranges
By Skye Schooley | August 17, 2022

Offering a competitive salary attracts quality employees. Find out how to set a range and determine the best package options for your employees.

How to Create a Desirable Compensation Plan
By Patrick Proctor | August 17, 2022

Learn how to develop an attractive compensation plan for your company to attract and retain top talent.

Outsourcing the HR Function: How and When to Outsource Human Resources to a Third Party
By Max Freedman | August 17, 2022

This guide explains how to outsource HR and explains the pros and cons of outsourcing your business’s HR function or keeping it in-house