A remarkable one in three employees plans to be working somewhere else in the next year, according to MetLife’s 9th Annual Study of Employee Benefits Trends1. It seems that through a period of low turnover, companies of all sizes have become complacent about employee retention and job satisfaction, with little if any awareness of their workers’ intentions.
MOUNTAINSIDE, NEW JERSEY – February 29, 2012 FlexWage® Solutions LLC, announced today that they have been selected as an approved payroll card vendor by the CurrenC SF program. CurrenC SF, www.currencsf.org, is the latest program launched by the San Francisco Office of Financial Empowerment designed to help the businesses and workers of the San Francisco […]
Originally posted at: www.businessweek.com By John Tozzi … FlexWage makes advances out of employers’ payroll accounts, based on hours workers have already put in. Clients get Visa pay cards to pay salaries, which FlexWage says cost half as much as paper checks. Workers pay $5 or less for each cash advance, and employers pay $1 […]