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    • Elena Benito says

      Hi Cherie
      Yes, in our opinion, and according to what we know from many of our customers at BeeBole: training is part of the compensation package, so it could be indeed part of an employee cost.
      Thank you for reading us

  1. Fay says

    I thought it was very interesting that you explained that a normal employer usually pays about 5,000 to 12,000 in yearly benefits. My business has grown a lot in the past few months and I find myself in need to hire exterior employees to help out, but I need to find the right benefits to give them. I think it would be fantastic to find a plan that would work with everyone that I hire.

  2. Greg Sungreen says

    Determining the proper wage or cost of hiring a new employee is not easy, which is discussed here. To solve these problems, people turn to experts. Helpful articles like this session might prove a help for everyone.


  1. […] Another issue that many employees have is that they feel like they are not paid very much by their employer. However, many employees do not really know how payroll works or how much they are actually getting paid once you add all of the true costs in. Some of the items that are included in the full cost of an employee will include payroll taxes, medical benefits, overhead costs for office space, and a variety of other costs. Once all of these costs are added in, it becomes very clear how much someone actually costs. […]

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