The landscape for small and medium size businesses is constantly evolving. Every year brings new HR requirements for business owners to navigate. Here are HR topics and trends that are likely to be top priorities for businesses in 2019, as well as some tips to help employers prepare for the year ahead.
Focusing on employee engagement is key because it is a great way to optimize team performance and keep employees happy for the long-haul. Here are five specific strategies that may help engage employees with the company culture.
As part of a comprehensive benefits package, a retirement savings plan can help to attract and retain top talent, and may even be required in some areas. As a small business owner, here are some things you need to know—and communicate to your employees—about upcoming changes to retirement benefits in 2019.
My role as president and CEO of TriNet gives me a front-row seat to the amazing impact small businesses have on the world around us and how their work touches all our lives in numerous ways. I am proud to support America’s entrepreneurs and encourage others to do so as well, not just on Small Business Saturday but every day.
With Veteran’s Day upon us, now is a great time to take a deeper look at the role U.S. military veterans play in building the businesses that fuel the nation’s economy, drive innovation and help to make up the backbone of this country. Todd Connor is one such military veteran. In 2014, he founded Bunker Labs, a national network that is dedicated to helping new veteran entrepreneurs start their own business.
Midterm elections are right around the corner and this is a great time for employers to create an environment that encourages employees to vote. Here are some tips for employers wanting to support their employees as they exercise their right to vote, for the midterm elections on Tuesday, November 6 and beyond.
In celebration of the entrepreneurial spirit of hundreds of thousands of SMBs across the country, TriNet launched a new brand that aligns with TriNet’s strategic direction and reflects the new tagline, “Incredible starts here.” From Main Street to Wall Street, TriNet provides guidance to entrepreneurs as they navigate HR so they can dedicate their time to what matters most—growing their business.
Several states and municipalities are increasing their minimum wage rates for non-exempt employees as of July 1, 2018. While it may seem like a no-brainer that some of your employees’ wages will need to be increased to meet these new requirements, there are other considerations that your company will want to address.
As an entrepreneur, you founded your business because you are passionate about what you do. While it may be overwhelming to think of tackling all aspects of your business while still trying to achieve your dreams, the good news is you don't have to worry about everything on your own. A professional employer organization can help with your HR needs.