Federal Regulations And The 15th Employee
Federal Regulations And The 15th Employee

Companies will outsource their payroll and HR services to ensure they are in compliance. Check out the information below from HR Snapshot to learn more about hiring 15 or more employees.

FMLA - Changing Standards
FMLA - Changing Standards

The Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) of 1993 is a United States Labor Law that was implemented to assist families in need of balancing the demands of their career and home. Eligibility begins after 12 months of employment with a singular company, 1,250 hours worked during that 12-month period, and with which that company employs 50 or more employees within 75 miles. Both public and private sect…

Small Business: Why Outsource Your Human Resources?
Small Business: Why Outsource Your Human Resources?

As a small business owner, you probably don’t have an extensive staff, are privately owned, and have less capital to work with than enterprise sized companies. Trying to manage multiple departments and workforce items in-house isn’t the most efficient way to cut your costs, or spend your time. This leads to long hours, compliance frustrations, and other time consuming details that take up prec…

HIGH OCTANE BUSINESS – EMPOWER YOUR WORKFORCE
HIGH OCTANE BUSINESS – EMPOWER YOUR WORKFORCE

Regardless of industry, specialty, size, or any other label or relation you use when describing your business; your business is really defined by your workforce. The people who work for your organization, fueling the engine of your business, are really what your business is made of.

AVOID PITFALLS WITH NEW OVERTIME RULE CHANGES
AVOID PITFALLS WITH NEW OVERTIME RULE CHANGES

It would be hard for any regulatory change to be as impactful as the passage of the Affordable Care Act. However, the Department of Labor’s impending changes to the overtime exemption rules may be just that. As if that wasn’t stressful enough, you will have far less time to prepare for the fallout of the overtime rule changes seen in Obamacare. The new rules won’t be phased in over the course of a decade.