Talking to and explaining the policy to employees openly and honestly can help deter the habit of being late.
There are a few ways to redirect focus without infringing on employments rights and reducing instances of possible disruption.
The unassigned area numbers limited the Social Security numbers available for each assignment. The assignments were also limited based on the Social Security numbers available in each state, as determined by the area number.
We recommend considering a couple issues before asking an employee not to work during their notice period.
A common statement echoed by many small business owners is, “I’m a small business. I don’t have the budget to hire someone for the business tasks right now.” It’s important to know that you don’t need to do it all.
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If you have employees, you will need workers’ compensation coverage as well; most states require it. And you may need Commercial Auto if you or your employees drive for your business.
There is a fine line between freedom of speech today and screening options for talent acquisition. It takes us back to the age old question, "I can; but, should I?"
With as little as 1 employee and depending on which state you’re in, you are responsible for multiple duties in relation to labor laws. This may include the proper processing of payroll and taxes, labor law posting requirements, and worker’s compensation coverage.
There’s one common belief among the millennial members of the workforce: Work is a thing you do, not a place you go to.
Garnishments and child support orders are issued by the court and sent to the employer in order to start the calculation of the deduction of these items from the employee’s wages. It is very important to read the details in their entirety and then communicate to the entity designated in the order.
Regardless if you’re about to hire your first employee or 100th, there will always be a sea of resumes that can blur your vision in selecting the candidate that will best fit your business. Here are a few tips to that will benefit you through the interview process.
As our clients near the end of the year, there are many things they can do to prepare themselves to receive accurate W2s. There are many items to review, however, if you consider each item systematically it doesn’t take long to complete. The following list is a great place to start to ensure that: Employee information is checked for accuracy - name, social security number, address, etc. Independ…
With 2018 around the corner, we would like to offer a small reminder that minimum wages may increase for regular and tipped employees in your state. If this is the case in your area, know your labor posters will need to be updated so your company remains in compliance. Don’t wait to prepare for the changes that are on the horizon. Keeping up on labor postings updates is a timely process that re…
A common statement echoed by many small business owners is, “I’m a small business. I manage all HR related tasks, and don’t need HR…yet.” And, the most common question asked is, “I’m a small business, why do I need an HR generalist when I can do it myself?” Many small and medium-sized businesses will take on human resource duties, as well as payroll and tax management, reception, a…
Accuracy Operating efficiently is imperative to ensure costs are controlled. Economic focus can be more critical for the start-up, or small business. A timekeeping solution is oftentimes overlooked, and viewed as “it can wait”. Many offices continue to use manual timekeeping, or allow employees to approximate their time each pay period. Either scenario is possible cause for error and additiona…
The Department of Labor doubled the salary threshold for employees to qualify as exempt. More than 4 million workers are expected to lose their exempt status. Employees covered by the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) will be entitled to overtime pay.
Working remotely/virtually from either a home office, temporary office, or somewhere outside of your place of business can sound very appealing. You have plenty of time to get work done without distractions from your fellow coworkers, no constant hovering from superiors, and if you feel like it, you can grab your laptop and take off to someplace else- you’re free! But is this particular work style environment fit for everyone?