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With all due respect to the U.S. Postal Service, this is our season too. As the end of December approaches, our engine is revving up. But rather than ensuring holiday cards are delivered on schedule, we make sure employee bonuses are processed accurately and timely. In place of managing eleventh-hour purchases, we are squeezing … Continue reading Year-End: The Link Between CPAs, Employers, and Us
I’m late, I’m late for A very important date. No time to say hello, good-bye, I’m late, I’m late, I’m late. Unlike the White Rabbit from Alice in Wonderland, we hope you don’t find yourself late this season. This time of year (around year-end and the holidays), our schedules tend to fill up and we … Continue reading 4 Things to Look for When Selecting a Time and Attendance Solution
Year End is Here! Our Year-End edition of Pay Matters brings you key updates to ensure a smooth transition to 2018. Read on to stay informed and stay in compliance with relevant year-end alerts and insights that matter most for your payroll. FEDERAL UPDATES 2018 HSA Contribution Limits On May 4, the IRS published the … Continue reading Pay Matters! Year-End 2017 Edition
He walks into the room and logs on to the computer. With a few clicks, his PowerPoint presentation appears on the projector screen. He steps away from the computer, removes the glasses from the bridge of his nose, and smiles at the room. Gary J. Trainor, the CEO, is ready to teach. Gary began his … Continue reading CEO in the Classroom: Gary Trainor’s Guest Lecture Series
Thank you. Two little words that make a world of difference. We’re taught from a very young age the importance of saying “please” and “thank you,” and, for most of us, that has stuck with us through adulthood. So why don’t we always say it at work? Thanksgiving is this week, which usually prompts people … Continue reading 4 Ways to Improve Your Workplace with Authentic Gratitude
In my past life as an HR consultant, I’ve been called in to advise and assist clients on a number of “holiday-party-gone awry” situations, the kind that create an aftermath of months of employee gossip and that cause significant concerns for the employers in question. I remember a senior level manager, who had been served … Continue reading HR Rebecca’s 10 Tips to Throw the Best Year-End Party
About a month ago, I found myself at 65 Broadway New York, New York. In our company with three offices, I am based out of our NJ office where mostly marketing, sales and service sit. Our headquarters in Brooklyn has all the rest of our departments, along with our CEO. So what is 65 Broadway? … Continue reading Corporate Symbiosis: Just Talk to Each Other
Anniversary. Noun, meaning “the yearly recurrence of the date of a past event” or “the celebration or commemoration of such a date,” according to Dictionary.com. The term comes from the Latin word “anniversarius,” meaning “returning yearly.” And as you know, here at Viventium we love our Latin word origins (in case you’ve missed it, Viventium … Continue reading Something Old, Something New, Something…Purple?
So, your company has decided to focus on Client Experience. You’re not alone! In a recent study, Gartner predicted that by 2018, more than 50% of organizations will be focusing their investments on client experience innovations. As a leader, you have talked to the key people in your organization and everyone has agreed – … Continue reading Why Client Experience?
In recent years, training has become an increasingly pivotal topic, not just in the HR space but across departments. Many companies have begun to realize that investing in training upfront results in huge returns in productivity and engagement – and ultimately, in the growth of your business. Plus, it’s what employees are beginning to look … Continue reading Not Your Typical Personal Training: Turning Your Employees into Company Talent