Ready to hire some help for your small business? Here’s what you need to know to be prepared for your first employee.
Whether you’re looking to implement health insurance, paid time off, or workplace perks, it’s important you know exactly what you’re getting yourself into. The first question you might ask yourself is—how valuable will employee benefits be to my small business? Here are three reasons the answer to that question is “very.”
Looking for a simplified way to get you, your contractor and client on the same page? Here’s a guide to building a comprehensive brief that will set your contractor up for success.
Hiring your first employee or contractor is a big milestone—you’re busy and successful enough to need help! Here’s a guide to building a seamless onboarding process that will set your new hire up for success.
If you want the best possible return on investment for your recruiting efforts, the number one metric you need to consider is cost-per-hire. Here are five great tips to help you spend less on finding great people.
Some things in business you can jump into and figure out as you go along. Payroll is, without a doubt, not one of those areas. Make sure you’ve got a solid understanding before diving in with out top 10 things to know before running payroll.
Renowned small business consultant Barbara Weltman shares her valuable insights on immediate steps you can take to organize payroll for your small business.
The holiday season is right around the corner. And that means you need to be prepared for all the hard work that comes with it. We’ve got some great tips for streamlining your holiday payroll, so that you can focus on the many other things you’ve got going on.
What’s the worst thing about taxes? Paying them. But besides that, it’s trying to understand all the little details and worrying about missing something big that’s going to cost you down the road. It’s completely normal to feel this way, so we want to put your mind at ease. Let’s get started by talking about payroll tax remittance.
As an employer, you want to stay on top of your payroll responsibilities. Here are 3 common payroll mistakes U.S. employers make and how you can avoid it.
Running payroll the old-school, paperwork way adds up to more than a week of work every year. You have better things to do with your time!