PROXUS continues its strong new business growth trend for 2013, and is pleased to welcome 32 new HR and Payroll clients, combined with six return HR engagements over the past four months. To coin a phrase, PROXUS will continue to "stay the course" when it comes to helping new and existing clients successfully address opportunities and seek solutions.
We would again like to take this opportunity to thank our valued clients for their strong referrals provided on our behalf. Often, it was your voice that positively influenced these organizations to make the switch to PROXUS. Our team of HR and Payroll professionals remains focused and committed to providing outstanding products and solutions supported by unprecedented customer service to nearly 700 clients. <<Read about>>
As a business owner or executive, you may consider using an outside payroll service as a way to free up internal staff time for other tasks or because you are concerned about completing tax filings and payments accurately and timely. Or, you may be dissatisfied with a current vendor due to issues with customer service or the inability to retrieve important data from the system. Regardless of the reason, a few guidelines may assist your search for a quality provider. To learn about some areas of inquiry you may find helpful in your search, <<click here to read more>>
As PROXUS Principal Jeff Green so eloquently states in his podcast when people get together in a group, "stuff just happens." It's true! This is true whether the group is organized as a hierarchical department, a multi-functional task force, or self-directed work team. No matter what the organizational structure, performance is important and results must be produced. Inevitably, there will be folks who contribute brilliant ideas or extraordinary efforts, others who are reasonably engaged in the work and do their part, and a few who don't appear to provide any added value. The management challenge is to maximize the outstanding contributions and minimize unproductive behavior. To achieve and sustain this functional sweet spot requires three elements; clarity of purpose, solid systems and skillful leaders.<<Read more>>