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Hiring Company Drivers

Whether your employees drive a company vehicle or you allow them to drive their personal vehicle, you should have a driving policy in place that provides guidelines for what is acceptable behavior while driving, not only for your business necessity, but also for the safety of your […]

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Love Hurts (in the Workplace)

Despite the #MeToo movement and the plethora of individuals who have been caught in sex scandals at work, employees still engage in workplace romances. Some companies adopt extreme policies prohibiting all employees from dating each other. However, that’s the exception rather than the norm. Those types of […]

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Contribution Limits for 401K/Pension and Health & Welfare Plans for 2020

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HR Calendar of Records/Reports

JANUARY1st Begin paying salaried exempt employees a minimum of at least $684 per week ($35,568 annually). Fair Labor Standards Act defines a highly compensated individual as a person making $107,432 annually. Begin paying non-exempt employees any new/revised state minimum wage rates that become effective January 1. Begin […]

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Challenges for Company Parties

Year-end holidays are upon us and with them come some challenges for employers. Happy Christmahanakwanzaka Employers, in their effort not to offend those who have differing beliefs, sometimes struggle with how to embrace year-end holidays.  A generic “Happy Holidays” or “Seasons Greetings” is a common and safe […]

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National Business Trends Survey

Employer Associations of America 2020 National Business Trends Survey Change in Outlook due 2020 due to Softer Economy Employer Associations of America (EAA) has just released its 2020 National Business Trends Survey. This national survey shares information on what executives are doing to address the changing business […]

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Résumés or Applications – Do We Need Both?

Ultimately, the decision rests with the company regarding whether to accept a résumé in leiu of an application or to require both. Whatever you choose to do, be consistent; don’t allow one applicant to simply submit a résumé and then require the rest of the individuals applying […]

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Holiday Survey

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What Are SOPs and Should I Have Them?

SOP refers to Standard Operating Procedure. An SOP is a manual or guideline that provides instructions on the proper steps and requirements to perform a task. SOPs provide a brief description of the task, include relevant information, what department it applies to, and usually who is responsible. […]

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How to Right Size Your Company for Any Economic Climate

Concerns about an economic downturn are building. As such, you need to make sure your business is prepared. In fact, these preparations are to-dos you should be doing to keep your business nimble regardless of economic conditions. If your business is agile in terms of both your […]

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