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Chris Wakukawa

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Chris Wakukawa currently serves as the manager of the ProService Downtown HR Service Team, where he works with the team to provide world-class service to clients while growing future leaders of the company. Chris has a background in molecular biology, and ProService allows him to unite his passion for people with his drive to create solutions.

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Employer Taxes 101—FICA, FUTA, SUTA Decoded

By Chris Wakukawa
Labor costs, which can be made up of wages, benefits, insurance, taxes, admin, and more, can account for up to 70 percent of your total business expenses. While many employers think there’s little they can do to reduce these costs, there are...

How to Re-Energize Your Team

By Chris Wakukawa
A happy workforce is a productive workforce. Employees who are happy tend to work better, stay at their jobs longer, and produce higher quality results than those that are unhappy at work. And the benefits don’t end there. High-performing...

4 Common Mistakes That Drive Job Candidates Away from Small Businesses

By Chris Wakukawa
Finding the right people to hire–those with the right experience, skills, and growth potential–is challenging for businesses of all sizes. Even more for small businesses, the NIFB Small Business Optimism Index recently found that 88% of small...

How to Effectively Onboard Employees Using Technology

By Chris Wakukawa
When an employee starts at a new job, they feel a range of emotions. They’re excited about what’s to come, nervous about what might happen, ready to take on new challenges, and worried about what might go wrong.

6 Essentials to Make Sure Your Next Job Candidate Comes to Work for Your Business

By Chris Wakukawa
Finding the next hire for your business can feel like finding a needle in a haystack. In fact, the NIFB Small Business Optimism Index found in April 2018 that 88% of small businesses hiring or trying to hire reported few or no qualified...

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