Paychex, Inc., is a provider of integrated human capital management solutions for payroll, HR, retirement, and insurance services. After completing a current state analysis, which included voice of the customer research, the Leadership & Organization Development team reshaped Paychex’s new leader development program, Leadership Essentials (LE). The reshape aimed to improve: Relevancy of the content Completion of pre-work assignments Speed to competency Participant satisfaction/loyalty and learning
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In a recent survey by Paychex, Inc., 56 percent of small business owners who offer retirement benefits said they do so to attract and retain top talent. The availability of a retirement plan is an increasingly important factor in recruitment and retention, yet many small businesses (53 percent according to the survey) do not offer 401k plans to their employers or themselves.
There are a lot of regulatory issues that weigh on the minds of small business owners, from payroll rules to healthcare reform. But new research from Paychex suggests there is one legislative topic in particular that SMBs prioritize. According to the Paychex Small Business Survey conducted late last month by the firm, tax law is top-of-mind when small businesses consider federal legislation that could impact the SMB community. It’s not just about tax cuts, either, though small business owners certainly want that: These business owners have several concerns about national tax policy.
Among many small- and mid-sized businesses (SMB), human resource departments are no longer seen as an isolated administrative function. Instead, there is growing recognition HR is an integral part of a company’s infrastructure, on equal footing with such functions as finance, operations, IT, marketing, compliance, and innovation. That would seem to warrant a seat at the C-suite table for the company’s top HR professional, but landing one can be difficult at companies where the outmoded administrative mindset still prevails.