More and more states are passing laws on pay transparency that affect employers. You’ll need to evaluate your practices to find out whether you’re in compliance with these new requirements. And pay transparency is more than just a legal requirement, it can also be the right thing to do to lead to fairer compensation for…

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Keeping up with relevant payroll and other regulations at the federal, state, and local levels is one of the most important tasks for any business. Have their been any updates recently that you need to know about? Our team has found important regulatory and legislative changes on important topics like leave, payroll, and time and…

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Not only has it been a growing trend for businesses to hire employees or independent contractors who take care of their work out of office, but in the current COVID-19 pandemic, many other businesses have been forced to adopt remote work, with their employees. Managing your employees in an office setting requires a fairly common…

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In challenging times for business, communication is more important than ever to make sure everyone is working together on the same page, and that all of your responsibilities and obligations are covered. But there are common obstacles getting in the way of effective leadership communication, including irrelevant, noisy messaging; stressful, unexpected outcomes; and inconsistency. Learn…

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It’s easy to think of Millennials as just “young people.” But the oldest Millennials are now approaching 40, and your youngest employees may be members of a different generation altogether! Millennials are now the largest part of the American workforce, and are increasingly taking on leadership roles in their organizations. They bring different perspectives and…

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Do you know what it means to be a boomerang employee? A boomerang employee is an employee that was employed at a business, left for a time frame which can range from a few months to a few years, and then makes the decision to return to their former employer for their job. Traditionally, the…

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Employee engagement needs to be more than just a buzzword. It’s easy to say you’re focused on improving employee engagement, but it’s also easy to not follow through. Are you implementing research-proven best practices for increasing employee engagement? We’ve pulled together some of the most valuable tips for your business, including how to measure engagement,…

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Over the past year, small businesses have been adapting to the Covid-19 pandemic, setting up new programs and protocols to protect employees and customers. As time has gone, we’ve learned more about the virus and what steps are more effective. But what do you need to pay attention to for compliance? What kinds of health…

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Whether it employs 50 people or 5,000, every company must manage certain basic issues related to human resources. These generally include recruitment, interviewing and hiring of employees, orientation and training for new hires, maintenance of personnel records and compliance with Equal Employment Opportunity Commission guidelines and reporting requirements, and the administration of salary reviews, increases…

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Our “new normal” has created a lot of new ways to improve productivity and engage employees, but communication is always a difficult question that you need to answer. Are you ensuring that all workers feel included, whether they’re in the office or working from home? Are you helping everyone feel like part of a single,…

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