The early days with a new employee have a serious influence on both parties’ happiness and how productive your new hire will be. From recruitment and relocation to onboarding and developing a new relationship, your first few steps will carry over to future growth and keeping turnover low.
The truth is that even long-successful businesses can benefit tremendously from partnering with a PEO and going through the process of deciding whether a PEO is the right fit for their HR needs.
There isn’t a business owner anywhere who doesn’t want HR and payroll to be streamlined, error-free, and inexpensive. Any manager who cares about his or her employees wants them to have solid healthcare benefits at a fair price and a smooth process with any workers’ compensation issues.
Until a few years ago, business owners were still struggling just to adapt to the increasingly technological environment required for doing business. But once that hurdle was overcome, a fresh new risk promptly emerged – cyber crime.
Cybercrime insurance could litteraly save your business from going down under.
Many startups languish or outright fail within a couple of years of their launch. Let’s try to even the odds a little by sharing a few common mistakes startup teams make. Maybe you can avoid some of these potholes and pitfalls…