Having a paid time-off policy is crucial for a business for many reasons, not the least of which is that you and your employees understand the rules and expectations for the amount of time they spend at work.
Human resources play a significant role in any business, but it’s also one of the more complex aspects of running a small business effectively. From hiring and payroll to communication between employees and management and processing grievances, HR comes with big responsibility.
Running your own business is a labor of love, but also nothing short of complicated. Multi-tasking is a part of life and you may reach a point in which you feel that you’ve taken on one job too many – including payroll processing.
Payroll delivers some of the most important processes of your company. But many of those processes are often cumbersome and time-consuming and take you away from income-generating strategies and other core tasks.
We’re lucky to live in an era when information is readily available – information about practically everything. That’s good news if you’re a small business owner because there’s no shortage of reading material that will help you build your business and run it more effectively.
As an office manager, you understand how your best intentions are sometimes derailed by the unexpected – whether it’s questions from co-workers, your boss needing something done right away, or phone calls from clients.