Posts Categorized: Employers

Is Your BSA AML Compliance Program Up to Par?

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Since 1970, Congress has taken a number of actions to impede criminal money laundering, all of which fall under the Bank Secrecy Act (BSA). Among other things, anti-money laundering (AML) laws call for conventional banks, credit unions, securities dealers, money services companies and other financial institutions, to carry out money laundering checks and to keep… Read more »

5 Best Tips to Attract Millennials To Your Company

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Hiring decisions should not be based on age. However, many companies are watching their workforces become grayer and grayer. As Baby Boomers near retirement age, there is a greater demand than ever to hire and retain younger workers. In order to appeal to Millennials in the workforce, companies need to make branding adjustments and changes… Read more »

Are You Showing Your Employees That You Value Them?

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Most companies offer their employees fringe benefits, career advancement opportunities and recognition for a job well done. Most companies also feel they offer competitive salaries and make good investments in their staff. However, it can be hard to tell if employees at these companies truly feel valued as a result of these efforts, or if… Read more »

6 Reasons You Need to Be Use a Specialized Recruiting Company To Staff

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Many companies rely on staffing firms to find the right talent in today’s highly competitive labor market. When these companies are looking at their options, one of their choices is whether to go with a general staffing company or a specialized staffing firm. For companies looking to fill specialty positions, a specialized recruiting company is… Read more »

Are You Focusing On Retaining Your Top Performers?

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It might sound cold to say it, but employees are important assets to a company, and when an employee leaves, it results in significant costs to replace that person. Ironically, the proliferation of modern technology has led to more businesses depending on the abilities of their employees. As technology becomes increasingly complex and powerful, the… Read more »

Best Practices to Retain Millennial Employees

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A recent Gallup survey found that turnover costs the United States’ economy around $30 billion each year. This figure translates to untold earnings companies could generate if they could just retain the best and smartest employees. Today’s employers must constantly ask themselves what they should do to improve employee retention rate, particularly when it comes… Read more »

How To Tell If Your Employees are Getting Burned Out

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Keeping up the spirit of your workers ought to be one of your top priorities. If a company’s most precious asset is its staff, then anything that affects them negatively can hurt the overall success of this company. To be fair, hectic schedules, mountains of work and pressures coming from all directions can make it… Read more »

How Much Does Employee Turnover Actually Cost?

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For companies to prosper in today’s economy and job market, locating and holding onto the best talent is crucial. Turnover can be costly and the maddening thing is employers have a lot of control over the rate at which people leave their company. Minimizing turnover is particularly vital for small companies and nonprofits that must… Read more »

5 Tips to Build Trust Among Your IT Employees

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Employee motivation is largely based on trust. When employees trust one another, they have more confidence in the decisions being made around them and in their own work. A foundation of trust is particularly essential during difficult times, when doubt and indecision can creep into people’s thought processes. Below are a few ways you can… Read more »

How To Retain Your Top IT Talent

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With regards to managing employees, there’s one thing everybody appears to agree on: You want to keep great people around. Holding your top workers isn’t simple; however, particularly when it comes to retaining top technical talent on your team. When you’re facing competition from both small, fashionable startups and deep-pocketed tech giants, convincing your engineers… Read more »