As an employer, you’re responsible for understanding and upholding legally allowed absences. Which ones do you know about? And is your business in compliance? Read more
Chronic employee absenteeism can cost your business money, undermine performance and impact staff morale. Read more
Finding qualified candidates who are a good fit for your company is crucial. Read more
Discipline puts an employee on notice of the severity of a problem, as well as the consequences for not correcting it. Read more
If your business employs just a few workers, it’s in your best interest to establish clear workplace guidelines. Read more
This workshop addresses five potentially crippling HR mistakes small-business employers make every day, and will explain the related regulations and how to comply. Read more
Many employers are learning the hard way that mistakes made during the hiring process can result in costly and time-consuming discrimination claims. Read these real-life cases which highlight some employment-law blunders and their high cost to companies.
Do you ever hit snags when handling time off for salaried employees? There are specific guidelines surrounding pay deductions for salaried, exempt employees. Read the more common situations — and what you should do to stay on the right side of the law.
Although the ongoing efforts of Congress to repeal the Affordable Care Act (ACA) has cast doubt on the controversial law’s future, the IRS’ stance is clear. At the close of 2017, the Affordable Care Act still stands – and the IRS has sophisticated support systems in place to fully enforce it.
Staying on top of complex and continual changing HR regulations is challenging, but a self-audit can help you avoid costly lawsuits or penalties due to non-compliance or misconduct. Here are three specific HR areas you should include in your audit based on recent trends.
Are you completely confident you're correctly classifying workers as independent contractors? Read more