Compensation and benefits
News and Articles About Compensation and benefits
A tour company owner discusses the perks he offers his employees to keep them satisfied and happy.
When entrepreneurs just need to bring on temporary employees for short-term projects, what is the best approach -- 1099 or W2?
HR departments have an uncanny knack for being disliked by both employees and leadership. One company dumped HR and shares their experience.
(Closely-Held) corporations arent just people, theyre religious people. Supreme Court decision finds certain private companies can sidestep birth control mandate.
The pros and cons of semi-monthly and bi-weekly pay periods -- yes, there is a big difference.
Company health insurance is no longer enough to keep would-be entrepreneurs tethered to corporate jobs.
Unsurprisingly, the tech sector dominates the list. But can you guess who came in at No. 2?
The CEO and co-founder of Facebook may have a $1 salary on paper, but he took home $3.3 billion by exercising stock options for 2013.
Entrepreneurs are frequently faced with the conundrum of how to recruit top-tier talent with little cash. To overcome this challenge, many offer stock-based compensation.
An infographic from LinkedIn explores what motivates employees all around the world.
For companies that have received outside funding and are looking to scale, determining employee compensation can be a challenge. Here we offer a few pointers on how to get it done right.
What fledgling healthcare entrepreneurs learned from Steve Blank's Lean LaunchPad might surprise you.
Run by members, not shareholders, health co-ops might offer a strong alternative to small businesses weighing their coverage alternatives.
Putting the power in the hands of employees could lead to a happier and more productive environment.
The biggest culprit is an owner who's demanding more from his or her accountant team than those people are qualified to handle.
Switzerland overwhelmingly voted down a measure that would have capped executive pay at 12 times the salary of the lowest-paid employee.
If you reward an employee's subpar performance, you're only hurting your business. Here are four tips on how to handle the bonus process the right way.
The insurance exchange for companies opens November 1. Don't let delays keep you from weighing all your company's healthcare options.
How to conduct year-end reviews that are practical, meaningful and motivational for employees.
Enrollment for the Affordable Care Act has started and we've got the ultimate guide to help business owners like yourself navigate the changes.
Obamacare sparks health-care changes at blue chip companies.
5 options for sole proprietors sorting through their health insurance options.
Though Washington state's small business insurance exchange won't be ready until at least 2015, many states will provide a range of choices.
The new healthcare reforms can be confusing. Here are a few resources to get you the guidance you need.