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The Love Language of Payroll
In part two of our Love Languages series, we talked about how offering employee benefits correlate to Acts of Service. In part three of this five-part series, we’re going to take a look at the love language of Receiving Gifts and how to apply this concept to another language every employee speaks: compensation.
How to apply receiving gifts in the workplace
An employer’s way of expressing care to his or her employees is creating a fulfilling work environment. Making sure your employees are being paid correctly and knowing their paychecks will arrive on time is an important part of your company culture. After all, paid employees are happy, productive employees.
Don’t leave employees empty-handed
Businesses with unique company cultures have proven to be the trailblazers when it comes to employee satisfaction. But when you get down to the nuts and bolts of it, it’s the little things that go a long way with employees. Some people’s idea of the perfect job may look different from others, but there are a few key things that tick every employee’s dream job checklist including compensation, great vacation package, etc.
using receiving gifts with payroll
Delivering payroll seamlessly and on time is the standard by which a company should always operate to establish stable relationships with their employees. As compensation continuously ranks as a top attribute of a job, an employee’s compensation will determine their future work ethic. Employees deserve the stability of not only timely and accurate paychecks but also confidence in knowing their work is appreciated.
Competitive, fulfilling compensation packages show employees their work is valuable to your organization and is something that most employees look for in a company. Knowing their efforts are worth a quantifiable amount encourages them, and they know they’ll get out of a job what they put into it.
Instead of having to revamp policies and procedures, businesses can invest in HR technology that greatly impacts the way they are “speaking” to their employees. HR platforms that help implement options such as direct deposit and paid time off (PTO) will increase the value of a business, simply because the employees will feel more satisfied at work. When you invest in your employees, your business will feel the positive impact on engagement and retention.
Paying Your Employees
Actions speak louder than words, and when you learn to speak the “love language” that every employee will understand the relationships with your employees will flourish.
Next: Part 4, The Love Language of Employee Empowerment.
How aps can help
APS has a mission: to make payroll and HR easier. We provide our clients and partners with intuitive technology delivered with personalized service and support. Our unified solution is designed to simplify workforce management tasks. Process payroll in hours, not days. Automate HR workflows to be more strategic. Elevate the employee lifecycle with a single-system platform. We are APS, your workforce partner.
Businesses choose APS as their workforce partner because of our focus on the customer experience. As a result, we continually maintain 98% customer retention and satisfaction rates.
For more information on how we can help make payroll and HR easier for your business, please visit www.apspayroll.com or call 855-495-7921
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