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Financial Benefit One / Eliminate an Annual Salary: The average salary of a lobby receptionist is $35,000-$49,000.
Financial Benefit Two / Eliminate Healthcare and Benefit Costs: No more healthcare and benefits costs. According to HR consultancy Willis Towers Watson’s Best Practices in Health Care Survey, as reported by SHRM, the average annual premium cost for an employee in 2021 for employer-sponsored health coverage was $3,331.
Financial Benefit Three / ROI: Did you know that on average, replacing a lobby receptionist with an ALICE Interactive lobby receptionist will save your manufacturing company $192,000 or more during the first five years?
Financial Benefit Four / No More Unemployment Costs: Just think, no more unemployment claims made by a real lobby receptionist. + The Federal Unemployment Tax Act (FUTA) tax is imposed at a flat rate on the first $7,000 paid to each employee. + The current FUTA tax rate is 6%, but most states receive a 5.4% “credit,” reducing that to 0.6%. There is no action an employer can take to affect this rate.
Financial Benefit Five / No More Turnover Costs: The Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) reported that, on average, it costs a manufacturing company 6 to 9 months of an employee’s salary to replace them. For a real lobby receptionist, that’s typically over $26,000.
Financial Benefit Six / No More Loss of Productivity Because of Sick Days: When manufacturing companies implement the ALICE Interactive Lobby Kiosk, they eliminate paying for employee sick days. Did you know that an average, full-time real lobby receptionist will get eight paid sick days per year. Your company pays for eight days and receives no benefit?
Financial Benefit Seven / No More Paid Maternity: 8 weeks is the average amount of paid maternity leave given by manufacturing companies, but this isn’t mandated by law. Federal law only requires 12 weeks of unpaid leave. 40% of employers offer paid maternity leave in some form. 70% of women take some form of maternity leave.
Financial Benefit Eight / No More Cost-of-Living Increases: CNBC reported that companies planned to have a cost of living pay increase around 4.6% in 2023.