Dan Marzullo

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Dan Marzullo

As a professional copywriter, Dan produces strategic marketing content for startups, digital agencies, and established brands. He helps organizations tell stories, achieve online presence, and builds brands that communicate with their customers. Dan is also a regular contributor to Forbes. He started writing after his first professional role as a health promotions coordinator for a local family physicians office.

here's how to improve your employee experience

March 20, 2019

3 Ways To Enhance Your Employee Experience

In today’s job market, there seems to be a shift in trends as to what creates a positive employee experience. In days past, employees searched mainly for stability and longevity. Though those are still important factors, millennial’s long for much more. When attempting to create a positive employee experience, an employer must consider more than ever […]

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how does a 401k benefit the employer?

March 19, 2019

How Does Offering a 401k Benefit an Employer?

Everyone knows that a 401k plan benefits the employee. Company match programs and vesting options make them a no-brainer for staff. But did you know that an employer-sponsored 401k does also benefit the employer? If you’ve been thinking about offering retirement benefits to your staff, here are some benefits to consider. How Does a 401k […]

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the employee onboarding process

March 13, 2019

5 Tips to Optimize Your Onboarding Process [+ Our Onboarding Quiz!]

Adding a new employee to your team can be just as stressful as it is exciting. You’re introducing a new factor into a process that is already running smoothly– how can you ensure things will continue as such without hiccups? Here are some tips for setting up new hires for success. What Is the Onboarding […]

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what's a limited expense fsa?

March 12, 2019

What is a Limited Expense FSA?

A flexible spending account is a fairly straightforward way to set aside money for healthcare expenses. However, things get a bit more complicated when you consider that there are different types of FSA accounts for different situations. Here’s what you should know about a limited expense FSA. What is a Limited Expense FSA? You might […]

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NJ’s family leave act

March 11, 2019

New NJ Family Leave Act Will Expand to Reach More Employers

The concept of paying employees while on family leave is a popular conversation topic across the US right now. In fact, the state of New Jersey is one of the few to have laws on the books with regards to paid family leave. Recently, Democratic Governor Phil Murphy signed bill A-3975 into law. It takes […]

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employer payroll tax

March 11, 2019

Three Common Employer Payroll Tax Questions

If you have at least one employee on your payroll, you’re responsible for paying employer payroll tax on a yearly basis. This might at first seem like a basic part of being an employer; however, these tax forms must be completed with a high level of accuracy. To make sure you’re checking all the boxes, […]

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best practices for onboarding and orientation

March 5, 2019

6 Best Practices for Onboarding and Employee Orientation

First impressions are important. During onboarding and orientation, the speed, tone, and culture you set has a major impact on your company’s success. With an effective onboarding process, your new employees will feel comfortable, capable, and become more productive within a shorter period of time. Most onboarding and orientation processes focus on copious amounts of information […]

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workplace disciplinary action

March 4, 2019

How to Manage Conflict and Take Workplace Disciplinary Action

As much as we’d like to assume the best of everyone, rule-breaking and misbehavior are inevitable in the workplace. In such situations, disciplinary action may be required. But how do you go about these delicate situations? Here are a few helpful tips for managing conflicts and dealing with sensitive disciplinary actions. What is Considered a […]

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small business hiring best practices

March 4, 2019

Small Business Hiring Best Practices

Finding the perfect employee can be challenging, and the best practices for hiring aren’t always clear. This simple guide will help your next interview go off without a hitch. What Kind of Questions Can we ask in an Interview? Use your time wisely. Avoid questions about their experience, qualifications, and education– all that information is […]

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people management skills

February 28, 2019

People Management 101: Managing Employee Relations

People management is the cornerstone of a successful business, and even good managers can improve. Want to know how to improve employee relations? Here are the best practices of people management, which you can implement right away. The 3 Necessary Skills of a People Manager According to social psychologist Robert Katz, great managers have the […]

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how to conduct an effective exit interview

February 28, 2019

How to Conduct an Effective Exit Interview

In 2018 in the United States, a survey revealed that companies saw a 22 percent turnover rate on average. With turnover rates this high (particularly voluntary turnover, which accounted for the majority of the total turnover rate), exit interviews have become crucial for businesses that desire growth and retention in 2019. What is an Exit […]

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why workplace daycare is becoming more common

February 27, 2019

Why Workplace Daycare is Growing in Popularity

Traditional childcare costs can be quite shocking to first-time parents. Here are some nationwide stats, for example: Average weekly costs for infant care: Daycare $211, family care $195, nanny $580 71 percent of families spend 10 percent or more of their total annual income on childcare A nanny caring for one child can cost an […]

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