aycheck” are expenses you incur as an employer that don’t show up on your employees’ paystubs. These employment costs (benefits) include:
Sick, personal and vacations days
Social Security and Medicare
Paul Rauseo, George S. May’s managing director says, ” It is hard for employees to value what they don’t fully know or understand.”
Consider providing your employees with an annual detail statement of all expenses relating to their employment. Once they see the real costs of employment, they may have a better appreciation for the commitment you have made to them.
What would a hidden paycheck reveal in your company?…
Added by Drew Smith at 12:12pm on December 3, 2009
's the same thing because one day the paycheck stops. A job exists because someone has the money to pay someones else for what they do not want to do themselves. Not in all cases I mean granted you can't do everything yourself you do need help but in the beginning it's all you.…
aureen Sharib said:Robin: One more thing abt my mom.
She told me if someone is willing to give you a paycheck you're not only creating that paycheck for yourself you're also creating wealth for them. Why give it away?
Interesting that all the respondents so far in this string are women.