This case study about RLS Logistics details how the company was able to reduce its employee turnover and improve employee retention.
[UPDATE: As of July 2018, DoorDash and DailyPay are no longer partners, and DoorDash’s daily pay program is now run by DoorDash. Please direct all customer support inquiries to Door Dash customer support.]
Employee churn and lack of engagement are a massive drawback for the company’s annual profits and tend to cause a dent in the bottom line.
The turnover rate can average 15% in most large and midsize companies and in industries relying on contract delivery drivers, sky-high rates averaging 300% are not uncommon. Continue reading “Case Study: DoorDash Boosts Its Bottom Line and Reduces Employee Turnover”
One of America’s largest theme park resorts uses an on-demand payment solution to boost employee recruiting
Mt. Olympus Water & Theme Park is located in Wisconsin Dells and is known to many as the waterpark capital of the world.
One of the nation’s largest privately-owned dedicated domestic contact centers was able to reduce its rate of employee turnover by using novel technology that provides a seamless three-way solution to recruit, retain, and increase agent engagement. With 3,000 hourly employees and 19 state-of-the-art call centers, this case study details how DialAmerica was able to increase its bottom line profits by introducing DailyPay.
Blog post from Jason Lee, CEO of DailyPay, Inc.