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.

180 articles

How Small Businesses Give Employees Ownership

A guide to employee ownership for your small business

What is the Deadline for Open Enrollment?

Understanding the process for open enrollment will ensure that you check all the right boxes when it comes to getting health insurance

Is it important to streamline your payroll and HR systems?

Are the majority of your costs spent on payroll? We found an easier way.

Millennials in Workplace: Reversing Negative Stereotypes

Millennials have earned the title of presumptuous and demanding, but from a slightly different perspective, these can be beneficial qualities.

Do You Offer Health Insurance To Employees?

Do you offer health insurance to your employees? This quick read will help you navigate the in's and out's of offering health insurance and explore when to offer it.

What do I need to know about open enrollment 2020? An employer’s guide.

Open enrollment can be daunting, especially if you have a lean HR team. We're here to help with a quick guide to navigate OE 2020.

How to Create a Full Benefits Strategy to Keep Employees

Not all benefits are worth the investment, especially when you’re in the early stages of your business. So what benefit package should you offer to employees?

5 Reasons You Should Turn Down a Client

It's tempting to take every job that crosses your path, but we're here to say it’s okay to say sayonara to those that may impact you negatively

Making The Bad, Better: A Leader’s Guide to Firing Employees with Compassion

Let’s face it, firing an employee is downright uncomfortable. Why? Most of us run at the first sign of any sort of confrontation.

Want Employees to Stay? Ditch the Picnic

While team builders and company picnics are fun, the secret to employee retention is understanding what they want.