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Developing the HR Department

In many smaller organizations, the human resources (HR) function is frequently handled by a CEO or CFO/Controller.  Because HR is not their top priority, frequently that function is more tactical than strategic.  It’s not unusual for the administrative tasks associated with HR to be performed by an

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Are You Processing Your Payroll Correctly?

There’s no question that everyone loves payday. However, for the person processing those paychecks, it can be a challenge to make sure the company is complying with Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA), garnishment laws, and IRS tax laws. Here are some guidelines for making sure your company’s

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American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) Basics

The Families First Coronavirus Response Act (FFCRA) of 2020 required employers with less than 500 employees to provide emergency paid leave to those unable to come to work due to a COVID-19 qualifying event. A tax credit was provided for these employers to claim against amounts paid

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Build the Person. Build the Organization. Grow the Leader!

CEO, author, and HR professional…Tracee Hunt has over 25 years of experience in the field of Human Resources across various economic sectors and she serves on several boards. After the ability to reframe her thinking, Tracee overcame the childhood trauma she suppressed for years and motivated herself

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Coordinating Workers’ Comp, FMLA & ADA

When an employee is injured at work, employers recognize that they have to comply with workers’ compensation rules. However, many employers don’t realize that in addition to workers’ compensation, other laws, Family & Medical Leave Act (FMLA) and Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) may also come into

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ADA Accommodations – Title I

Title I of ADA prohibits employers with 15 or more employees from discriminating against individuals with disabilities with respect to hiring, promotion, discharge, training and other terms, conditions and privileges of employment. With respect to an individual, the ADA defines a disability as (A) a physical or

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