Millennials in the accounting profession might believe they have it good, but now they have some facts and figures to back it up. According to new findings from “The Rise of the Millennial Employee: A Paychex | IHS Markit Small Business Employment Watch Special Report," a new paper from payroll provider Paychex and business analysis company IHS Markit, Millennials working professional and business services, including accounting, currently earn an average $26.05 an hour in the small business sector, the highest salary studied and over $5 higher than the Millennial average of $21.08.
HR management solutions provider Paychex has taken a deep dive into biometric technology.Paychex Embraces Iris Scanning In New Time Clock Solution The company has announced that its new InVision time tracking solution is based on iris recognition, enabling fast and accurate time and attendance tracking.
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
Creating high impact Tweets can support your omni-channel marketing campaign and get your message in front of the right people at the right moment. By leveraging Twitter you can amplify your content, drive traffic to other digital assets, and showcase short teasers of larger campaigns. Here are five brands that have mastered the art of omni-channel Tweets and what you can learn from their example.
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.