As workers across the wage spectrum are demanding better benefits, increased flexibility and more fair labor practices, the daily pay benefit is becoming more attractive to both employees and employers.
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to earned pay, whenever they need it
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For many companies, retaining loyal employees and
minimizing turnover can be a challenge.
And in industries that often work with entry-level and hourly employees, providing enticing benefits isn’t always easy. However, with DailyPay, companies can reduce turnover and build a strong, dedicated team of employees.
Tosca is now offering an innovative way for its employees to receive their earned but unpaid wages, before payday
Home of The Original San Francisco Sourdough™ demonstrates commitment to improve employee experience, by providing greater financial security.
If you’ve ever had to live paycheck-to-paycheck, where you’ve been challenged to manage all of your financial obligations between pay dates, and every dollar you earn is designated for payment of some bill (many of which are already overdue), you know how stressful this can be. And it can be even harder to dig out, especially if you take a payday loan.
When an employee has instant access to earned pay (money they have already earned) through a daily pay benefit solution, it helps to relieve this type of financial stress. Workers can access money as bills become due to meet their financial obligations and manage unexpected expenses, without having to add the additional stress of overdraft fees, late charges or payday loan fees and interest. Additionally, the transparency employees have into their accrued earnings allows them to make more informed decisions when it comes to earnings and their spending. For example, an employee may want to pick up an additional shift to meet their financial obligations and lifestyle choices, like having to buy a birthday gift for a family member.
According to Forbes, 78% of all American workers live this scenario every day and the toll that this takes on their mental health and productivity in the workplace is palpable. DailyPay recently conducted a survey of our client’s employee users to find out how access to DailyPay helps them, and what expenses they typically pay using their transferred earnings. Here are the results of that survey:
On Monday, news broke that the Federal Reserve is working on a new service, FedNow, that will close the gap between when money is deposited into an account and when it is made available. The goal? A real-time payments system that makes paychecks and money transfers available for use more quickly.
Metz Culinary Management’s team members can now receive instant access to their earned pay, increasing their financial security and ability to pay bills on time