If they get paid on a weekly basis, this is about the only time you get to commune with your loyal staff members on a one on one basis. It can be a friendly engagement and a great opportunity to show them that you care. But even one hour is costly to you. As a small business owner, you rarely have the luxury of such time. This is why you would usually have to schedule meetings by appointment only. And even there, if it is merely social or humane, these meetings are short.
As long as they get paid on time and they are being paid a fair wage, then all should be well. Or so you thought. Did the billing process work out for you? And are you comfortable with handling so much cash in your office? Also, no matter what they say (or do), banks cannot always be relied upon and historically there have been delays in transferring large amounts of cash from one account into several. Fortunately, these business processes have improved considerably over the years.
One of the advancements made in improving service deliveries, even if it is internal as is the case here, is that of personalized or customized payroll services for small business. For just one small fee every month (or through a retainer), you can outsource this necessary task. It will be managed well on time and your staff will more than likely be able to access their funds well before the due time. And, of course, they will no longer need to be summoned to your office or stand patiently in line, waiting to greet you and see how you are doing.
Because let’s face facts, they only want to get paid on time.