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Although small, U.S. employees can expect to see pay increases of around 3% in 2019. As the War for Talent continues to ramp up, it appears U.S. employers are using incentives beyond salary increases to help attract and retain top talent.
Over the past five years, Premier HR Solutions has grown from a small startup to a thriving company. Today, we’re proud to serve our clients with their widely varied needs, from HR services for small companies to merger and acquisition support for large firms.
Here at Premier HR Solutions, we know that growing your business requires enormous investments of time, energy, and capital. But at the end of the day, your success pivots on your most valuable asset: your people. Your team will be the key to your company’s future.
A paid-sick-leave ordinance in Austin, Texas, is gaining state-wide attention and stoking controversy among business and human resources groups. The state attorney general's office, the Society of Human Resource Management (SHRM), and several lawyers have criticized...
Scholley Bubenik Announces the Release of People Power: An Entrepreneur’s Guide to Managing Human Capital
Premier HR Solutions President and founder Scholley Bubenik announces the release of her new book People Power: An Entrepreneur’s Guide to Managing Human Capital (Renee Allen Press, October 2018). With a range of resources and knowledge packed into its pages, People Power is the comprehensive guide for business owners and entrepreneurs to seize their most important asset: their people.
New federal data may shed light on why Austin’s hiring environment has become tighter than ever. In 2017, Austin’s economy grew faster than every other major metro in America. With real gross domestic product at around $148.8 billion, Austin’s GDP increased by 6.9 percent in 2017, up from $135.9 billion the previous year. It’s a growth trajectory that could begin to slow for one reason: the ongoing war for talent.
When you’re contemplating a career change or path, there are dozens of things to consider, from life satisfaction to job security. At the top of that list, of course, is salary: how will you be compensated for some of the jobs you’re considering?
The #MeToo movement has brought necessary attention to workplace harassment, but many employers still have questions. By now, most HR departments should have unambiguous guidelines in place for handling employee harassment when it happens within the confines of the office. But what about when a non-employee is harassing one of your employees?
The Austin Chamber has released their monthly Austin Job Growth and Unemployment report for August with results worth noting for both job seekers and employers. Austin added 30,000 net jobs over the 12 months ending in July, earning a number 11 spot on the list of the fastest-growing major metro areas.
There are many business processes to juggle when managing a company. You have to handle finances, marketing, and sales, and then there are your employees. Managing the people side of the business is one of the major time-consuming activities you must juggle. This...