As any business manager knows, the success of your company depends on a delicate balancing act between a variety of factors. At the most basic level, it’s every owner’s goal to increase revenue while decreasing expenditures as much as possible in order to maximize profits. However, some expenditures are necessary in order to maintain quality — employee salaries and other benefits are a perfect example.
The Society for Human Resource Management has conducted an annual study on employment statistics, and year after year, the absolute top indicator of job satisfaction has been compensation. To make a long story short, employees are happier, stay with the company longer, and work harder when they feel that their salary accurately reflects their contributions. A generous benefits package, inclu (more…)
Oct 29 2015