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Pay for Holiday Closures

 

When a company decides to close on Thanksgiving Day or for the entire week between Christmas and New Year’s Day, is the employer required to compensate any of its employees?...

November 14, 2018

HR

401(k) Basics

 

A retirement plan shows that you are invested in the futures of your employees and gives employees the opportunity to plan ahead and care for their financial futures. The 401(k)...

November 7, 2018

HR

Political Discussions in the Workplace

 

This election season has given us generous helpings of drama. With the final stretch before the candidates—and us—you’ll no doubt overhear political small talk in the office....

November 7, 2018

HR

Many Managers Are Uncomfortable Communicating with Their Employees – Here’s How You Can Help Them

 

Here’s a startling statistic: Nearly 70% of managers are uncomfortable communicating with their employees. That number comes from a Harris Poll conducted on behalf of Interact,...

November 1, 2018

HR

How to Increase Diversity in Your Recruiting and Hiring Process

 

The recruiting and hiring process is supposed to select the best candidates while deterring unqualified job seekers from applying or advancing. All too often, however, the...

October 18, 2018

HR

Top 5 Dangerous Myths About Outsourcing Your HR & Payroll

 

HR and Payroll processes can be time-consuming and tedious, which can lead to aggravating data errors or worst, costly fines.  Your employees rightfully expect to be paid on...

October 10, 2018

HR

7 Tips to Make Termination Meetings Easier

 

Before making the decision to terminate an employee, you should keep thorough documentation of poor performance and behavioral issues. But what best practices should you keep in...

October 3, 2018

HR

Top 5 Tips for Benefits Plan Communications

 

The Employee Retirement Income Security Act (ERISA) is a federal law establishing minimum standards for employee health benefit and retirement plans. While an employer is not...

September 26, 2018

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