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HR How-To: Build Great Managers

Often, when we select someone to move up in our organization and take on a leadership role, we do so because they are right at their job. In a sales role, they may have been your top earner for the last few …

Should You Hire Outside of Your Company?

When we think about expanding our ranks, usually we think about achieving this goal by bringing in new talent from the outside and slotting them into whichever positions are open. But is it more beneficial to hire from within?  Below, we explore …

PEO Insider: Benefits Administration

When it comes to benefits administration, it’s probably one of the last reason’s that you would consider a PEO, but it very quickly becomes one of the best and preferred perks of the partnership. You see, if you’ve been handling your HR …

PEO Insider: Payroll

When we think of outsourcing certain facets of our HR responsibilities to an outside firm, the first task that typically springs to mind for small business owners is payroll. For some companies, handing off these duties to a company that only focuses …

PEO insider: Workers’ Compensation

Sure, none of us like to think that it’s possible that an accident could occur at our place of work, but even the seemingly safest of workplaces can be the subject of a worker’s compensation claim. If you have ever had to …

PEO insider: Human Resources

When folks first start considering engaging with a professional employer organization (PEO), their first retort is that they are not the target audience because they already have someone in-house managing their HR functions. And even if they don’t, they may counter that they are …

Do You Have To Allow Your Employees Time-off To Vote?

The presidential election is fast approaching and the one thing that we can all agree on is… that politics should really never be discussed in the workplace (unless, of course, your workplace is the Senate or House floor, or the White House …

Payroll vs PEO: What is The Difference?

As is becoming a theme around here, we’re revisiting an oldie but a goodie blog post: Explaining the differences between a payroll company and a PEO. While all the old chestnuts we trotted out when we first covered the topic ring true, …

Which Interview Questions Land HR in Trouble?

When it comes to interviewing, we know there are questions we absolutely can’t ask. For example, we are not allowed to ask a person’s age or religion, citizenship status, and certainly not their political affiliation, but there are a host of other question “categories” …

Strategies to Reduce Turnover Among Hourly Wage Workers

As part of our series on revisiting old blog posts, today we wanted to expand upon a previous posting where we detailed three strategies for reducing turnover among hourly wage workers. In this blog post, we highlighted the need to make their …

Should you offer an Employee Assistance Program (EAP)

Now more than ever, your employees are dealing with an increased mental load. Perhaps it’s just the months of social isolation due to the quarantine, the new-found role of round-the-clock caregiver for children or elderly family members, the financial insecurity stemming from …

Outlining Business Casual for Gen Z

In the movie “The Intern,” the staff of Anne Hathaway’s booming online fashion website are taken back by Robert De Niro’s over the top business attire. In fact, the crisply ironed handkerchief he keeps peaking just out of his pocket becomes almost …