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Woman getting cash at ATM With a daily pay benefit, or “on-demand pay,” employees can access their earned/unpaid wages before payday so they can have money to pay bills on time and avoid late fees. (Photo: Shutterstock)

Payroll is the original benefit.

If you don’t believe me, just think about a world where you stopped paying your employees. You wouldn’t be able to recruit anyone (assuming you’re not a volunteer organization); your employees probably wouldn’t be particularly engaged (if they even stuck around); and not surprisingly, your turnover would be astronomically high.

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