Compensation and Benefits
Sometimes the simplest management strategies are also the most effective.
The savings a Multiple Employer Plan offers can help you compete with Fortune 500 companies.
Get just the benefits your employees need from one of these providers.
Communicate plan benefits and preventative measures repeatedly to avoid large claims.
Socking away retirement funds is becoming more expensive for small-business owners and employees.
Create programs that promote a healthy work-life balance and enrich your employees' lives.
Help employees prepare with these 4 tips.
New rules allow small businesses to suspend--rather than terminate--their plans.
More small companies are turning to voluntary benefits as a low-cost way to bolster a business and empower employees.
Some entrepreneurs are surprised by the out-of-pocket insurance mandate in the new law.
New websites let employees share pay rates; employers should take heed.
In tough times, company perks tend to take the hit first. But how do you axe them while keeping employees happy?
Take steps to minimize workplace injuries, and your business may come out unscathed.
Good salespeople are worth their weight in gold. That's why it pays to reward them with a pair of golden handcuffs.
Reduce your carbon footprint with employee carpool and biking incentives.
These 6 companies offer plenty of reasons for employees to stick around.
The end of the year could be the right time to transition to outsourced payroll.
Learn how some companies are offering employee volunteer programs that are motivating and retaining current employees, and attracting new ones.
Attract top-notch employees with a 401(k) plan that matches your company's success.
Take these 5 factors into consideration when putting together a compensation plan for your employees.
Even if you don't have a lot of money, you can still treat your employees right.
Sometimes it's a holiday; sometimes it's hell.
Hiring may be down, but paychecks are still growing.
Have stock options lost their sparkle? Maybe--but this compensation tool can still be useful if you know how to do it right.
If an employee you fired "for cause" is now claiming benefits, is fighting the claim in your best interest?
How to figure out the best employee benefits for your budget