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Introducing DailyPay Emojis Service: Text Messages To Access Instant Payments

Now employees can get access on demand pay and instant payments simply by texting emojis

 

DailyPay, the on-demand payment platform that gives employees real-time access to earned pay, today introduced the DailyPay Emojis service. DailyPay Emojiswhich allows users to make requests via SMS for instant access to earned pay, underscores the company’s commitment to meeting the communications preferences of users. Continue reading “Introducing DailyPay Emojis Service: Text Messages To Access Instant Payments”

Press Release: DailyPay Announces Partnership with SMR Automotive

World’s Leading Manufacturer of Rearview Mirrors Offers Employees On-Demand Payments

 

NEW YORK (March 23, 2018) – DailyPay, an on-demand payment platform that reduces employee turnover through instant access to income, today announced a national partnership with SMR Automotive. SMR is a subsidiary of Mothersun Sumi, a publicly traded $10 billion market capitalization leader in the automotive manufacturing industry.

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What Is Employee Retention and What Factors Contribute to It?

Employee turnover and employee attrition cost your business money. Employee retention is how you combat turnover.

Employee retention is an organization’s ability to keep its employees. Employee retention is usually represented as a percentage. For example, an annual retention rate of 80% indicates an organization kept 80% of its employees that year and lost 20%.

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The Secret to Seasonal Hiring? Recruit for Retention

When hiring seasonal hourly employees, don’t think of them as temporary, i.e. a “seasonal fling.” Instead, recruit for retention.

 

Rosemary Haefner, Chief Human Resources Officer at CareerBuilder, told SHRM in a recent interview:

 

“Like employees, employers shouldn’t look at a seasonal job as a temporary placement. Think of it as a three-month-long working interview. Many seasonal workers will not be candidates for permanent positions, but some of them may be, either now or in the future.”

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