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Monthly Archive: December 2017

How Is Worker’s Compensation Calculated?

Workers’ compensation can be tricky to understand. Even though most businesses in the United States are required to have a workers’ comp policy, many questions linger as to how the policy works and how compensation rates are calculated. Each state mandates its …

Tips for Adjusting to a New Job

Starting a new job is both exciting and stressful. You’re looking forward to a new opportunity but also navigating an unfamiliar environment with unfamiliar faces. Not only do you have to learn the ropes when it comes to your roles and responsibilities …

In the News: State vs. Federal Marijuana Ruling Could Have Implications for HR Pros

A recent court ruling suggests that state law may actually trump federal law – and even an individual company’s policy – when it comes to medical marijuana use. In the case, Cristina Barbuto accepted a position with a marketing company to promote …

Parents Shape Perception of Work-Life Balance

In recent years, there has been a huge focus on the topic of work-life balance, a nebulous idea that basically discusses that tiny tipping point between being able to be a superstar at work while also holding down some semblance of a …

In the News: EEOC ordered to PAY $1.9 million for obscure rule violation

While the Equal Employment Opportunities Commission (EEOC) is well-known for filing lawsuits against employers for perceived violations of even the most obscure rules and regulations, in a recent case, the agency found itself in the hot seat! The case itself has a …

HR How-to: Employee Turnover Expected, Here’s What You Should Know

We all know that retaining an employee is much less expensive than hiring and training a new person. However, employees leaving their jobs – to some degree – is inevitable, and some turnover can even be good for business if it means …

How To Make Open Enrollment Season Easy for Employees

As if the run-up to the holidays wasn’t stressful enough, for many companies, the holiday period also marks one of the only times during the year that employees can make significant changes to their benefits plans. With this in mind, Andrea Meyer …

New I-9 Scam Targeting HR

As November drew to a close, HR Morning issued a warning about a scam under which companies are being asked to falsely share their employee’s I-9 information. What to watch for: According to those who have already been targeted, employers may receive …
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