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Learning Curve

The idea of a learning curve isn’t new. Organizations can capitalize on this information and reap the benefits of more accurate projections, less staff stress, and an increased production rate.

Labor Cost

What is the impact of hiring an employee on your company’s bottom line? Knowing your company's labor cost can help you answer that question and ensure sustainable workforce growth and profitability.

LGBTQ+ Inclusion

According to a 2021 Gallup poll, over 18 million U.S. adults identify as part of the LGBTQ+ community. Read on to learn how to make your workplace inclusive of LGBTQ+ employees.

Layoff

Having to lay off some portion of your workforce is difficult for the company, for you, and of course for the employees involved. Why would you need to do this, and how would you handle it? Read on to get those questions answered.

Life Insurance Policy Benefit

Many organizations offer employee benefits such as medical, dental, and vision. However, have you considered offering life insurance as a benefit? In this article, we will explore what life insurance is and whether or not your organization should offer it.

Lunch and Learns

A lunch break is considered ‘sacred time' for many employees. It begs the question if a company should hold lunch and learns in the first place. Keep reading to learn more about the advantages and disadvantages of lunch and learns, and how to set up a lunch and learn to ensure a fun, relaxing atmosphere.

LinkedIn Recruiting

Recruiting is an ever-changing challenge, especially if you don't have a big budget. If you're looking for a new avenue, consider using LinkedIn. It may look a little intimidating, but we can help you get comfortable. You will also be able to reach a wider audience of those who may not be searching for a job, but can spread the word to their own networks when you have a position to fill.

Lead-the-Market Compensation Strategy

Have you ever suggested paying an employee more than the going rate and gotten some pushback? When you set your salary ranges above the market rate, you are using a lead-the-market compensation strategy. While it comes with financial risk, it can have several benefits.

Continue reading to learn what a lead-the-market compensation strategy is, its advantages and disadvantages and how to know if a lead-the-market compensation strategy is right for your company.

Lag-the-Market Compensation Strategy

Are you considering implementing a lag-the-market compensation strategy? Although lag-the-market strategies are usually rife with pitfalls, there are some benefits to implementing a temporary or mixed approach. But it has to be the right plan for you. So, if you’re considering lagging the market, read this first.
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