3 Ways Small Businesses Benefit From Using a PEO
A professional employer organization (PEO) provides comprehensive HR solutions for small and mid-size businesses. Payroll, benefits, HR, tax administration, and regulatory compliance assistance are some of the many services PEOs provide to growing businesses across the country.
Idilus Core LLC Announces they are a Certified “GREAT PLACE TO WORK.”
In Sept. 2021, Idilus Core LLC, the operating company of Idilus, LLC, an Employer Services Organization based in Warrenville, Ill., earned the “Great Place To Work,” certification. Great Place to Work is the global authority on workplace culture, employee experience and the leadership behaviors proven to deliver market-leading revenue and increased innovation. GPW, helps companies […]
Company Culture Matters
In the world of business, buzz words like employee retention, employee engagement, and company culture are thrown around at alarming rates. There is great debate as to whether any of the above listed concepts carry much meaning. What is employee retention? Company culture? These seemingly nebulous concepts all really amount to one thing: the way your people feel when they are at work. So, who sets the metrics on good company culture and employee retention? If you fail to set clear parameters when it comes to company culture, you may realize that employee retention is more difficult and find yourself with a mutiny on your hands.
5 Ways to Encourage Work/Life Balance in Your Employees
Letâ€™s take a moment and do some simple math. The average employee is employed to work 40 hours a week from Monday to Friday. While that may seem like a simple 9am-5pm workweek, most employers have their people come in at 8:00am in order to accommodate for lunch breaks. According to the American Census Bureau, the average work commute is 26 minutes, and letâ€™s give the average person 40 minutes to get ready for work in the morning. If you add all those things together: 40 mins for getting ready + 26 minute commute + 540 minute workday (including lunch) + 26 minute commute home = 632 minutes or 10.5 hours a day that the average person spends in or around work. If you get the doctor recommended eight hours of sleep a night, that leaves six out of the twenty-four hours in a work day that you have to spend with your family, friends, and loved ones. Most people spend over 60% of their lives in their place of work. That is an intense realization to have.
Your Employees Make Your Business, Recognize Them!
Like it or not, your people are your business. No matter what service you sell or product you manufacture, the people you employ are what make your business run on a macro and micro level.
5 Ways to Show the Love to Your Employees
2017 is winding down in the way that most Decembers do: quickly and with too many things to do. Chances are that both your corporate and social calendars are full of things to do and people to see. Some of those people being in your employ, if youâ€™re a small business or startup owner.
How to retain your best employees: Benefits
Creating an effective employee retention strategy is far from easy. In fact, in a recent poll by Human Resource Executive Online, respondents ranked employee retention as one of the top three HR challenges employers face today.
How to retain your best employees: Culture
While employers across the United States face a multitude of challengesâ€”attracting talent, mitigating risk and increasing profitability, just to name a fewâ€”one area consistently rises to the top of business ownersâ€™ priority lists: employee retention.
How to retain your best employees: Compensation
Employee retention continues to be a top priority for business owners nationwide. In fact, 63 percent of the more than 5,500 employers surveyed by job-data firm PayScale Inc. reported employee retention as their â€œtop concernâ€ in 2014. Furthermore, 22 percent of employers reported an inability to offer a competitive wage as a barrier to finding talent, and nearly 80 percent were only â€œsomewhatâ€ or â€œnot at allâ€ satisfied with their compensation structures.