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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 …

How a PEO Can Meet Your Human Resource Challenges

If you’ve been managing a small business, you know all too well the challenges that come with growing a company. Growth is always a good thing, but it does result in more responsibility. You want to be a good employer, but it’s …

6 Ways to Prevent Conflict Amongst Employees

Conflict is a part of life. No matter how much you try to avoid it, it is present at home, with friends, and at work. It’s helpful to have strategies for dealing with conflict, but preventing it will save you time, ease …

HR How-To: IRS Issues Reminder of ACA Reporting Mandate…and Fines Could Follow!

Although the IRS has mandated Affordable Care Act (ACA) reporting for the past two years, the agency hasn’t issued a single non-compliance penalty (despite multiple warnings). Now, with the ACA in flux – at least in terms of how watered down it …

5 Ways Employee Benefits Can Make or Break an Employee’s Decision

Have you ever offered a position to a qualified candidate, only to have them turn down your offer? There are many reasons why this happens, but if everything was going well, it’s possible that your benefits are to blame. Employee benefits are …

In the News: How You Can Support ‘Movember’ at work

Take a look around your office. Are there a suspiciously high number of your male colleagues sporting some seriously questionable facial hair? Perhaps Dave from IT has what can best be described as peach fuzz, while Bill in accounts receivable has a …

New COLA Limits for 2018

We haven’t said what we’re thankful for yet at Thanksgiving, but the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) is already planning ahead for the New Year with the release of the 2018 Cost-of-Living Adjustments (COLAs). Read on to find out what you as an …

November is Diabetes Awareness Month-How the Disease Impacts Business

November marks American Diabetes Month, an effort by the American Diabetes Association (ADA) to raise awareness about this disease, as well as the various resources available to help prevent and best manage diabetes. Diabetes has significant impacts on the workplace and employees, …

In the News: Image of Woman “Flipping Off” President Trump Raises Questions about Fireable Offenses

It was the image that originated on Facebook and circulated across just about every social media platform and news outlet: President Donald Trump’s motorcade departing a golf course in Sterling, Virginia, overtaking a bicyclist who gave the commander in chief what can …
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