In a contract discussion, the most important aspect that is discussed is the salary. Other things in the contract are often overlooked or considered unimportant. However, this also contains other important things for both the employee and employer. Particularly for the long term, secondary employment conditions are important. Curious about what these conditions entail exactly and how you can positively influence this? You can read that in this article!
Guest blog by Halloblauw.nl The online marketing trends for 2021: we actually think it's a bit of a strange word. As if from one moment to the next suddenly a turnaround occurs in your marketing strategy and expressions. That is of course not the case. But last year there was (out of necessity) a lot of shift from offline to online. If you are still in the middle of that transition, make sure you first lay a good foundation. Ready for the next step? With the trends below you ensure that your authority and visibility take a further bird's eye view.
Marketing comes in countless forms in the current digital age. From content marketing to digital marketing and from email marketing to offline marketing: the number of shapes and sizes is almost endless. Overall, however, we can still speak of two types of marketing, both of which are as old as the road to Rome: B2C marketing and B2B marketing. Many employers who do a lot (or even exclusively) business with other business parties often look for B2B marketers. But what does that actually mean? What are the typical characteristics of such a B2B marketer? And what does a B2B ...
We don't know exactly where it went wrong. But a personnel manager is now called a human resource manager. Training a new employee is called onboarding. And the career of someone within a company is called an employee journey. These have all become international terms, but of course the trick remains the same. As an entrepreneur you want to ensure that your staff feel at home with your company. You want them to be in full bloom, so to speak, so that they can excel. That is good for the corporate culture, good for the customer and good for the turnover.
Since January 1, 2020, there is a new option for you as an SME entrepreneur to insure yourself against sick leave from your employees: the so-called absenteeism insurance. Unfortunately, some entrepreneurs often experience that employees become ill or (temporarily) incapacitated for work, but fortunately most entrepreneurs rarely encounter this. There is also a disadvantage to this: when it happens, they often do not know how to deal with it and what needs to be arranged. This is where the new SME absenteeism care insurance comes into the picture. But is that really necessary, such an extra insurance?