Salary or Hourly: How to Know Which is Best

Hiring permanent employees is a sure sign your organization is growing. It means you have regular cash flow coming to cover payroll and even benefits. One big question remains about the kind of employees you’ll have. The line that divides what types of roles workers...

Small Business Challenge: How to Offer 401(k) Packages

Offering 401(K) plans to your employees is important. It helps them save for retirement, reduces financial stress, and can inspire company loyalty. It’s also a great way to attract top talent to your company to begin with. Unfortunately, only a few small businesses...

When and How to Cut a Poorly Performing Employee

Termination. Every boss has to do it at some point. Unfortunately, it’s almost never easy. While the act of firing someone is stressful for everyone involved, not knowing when to fire an employee can be just as trying. Every termination decision is different, but here...

Salary History: Are You in Violation of the New Laws?

Days ago, the New York City Council passed a law that will make it illegal for employers in the city to ask potential hires about their salary history. New York City isn’t the first to pass such a bill. Philadelphia and the state of Massachusetts enacted similar bills...