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Are You Sure You Know the Difference when Classifying Someone as your Employee vs. an Independent Contractor?
Making a worker classification mistake when trying to determine if someone is an employee or a contractor can sometimes be both costly and time-consuming. At worst, it can result in expensive and resource-draining lawsuits or enforcement actions from the IRS and/or other government entities, and at best it may only impact staff morale and productivity.…Read More
Why Should Businesses Choose Payroll Outsourcing?
The importance of correctly managing employee payrolling, combined with the sheer complexity of state and federal regulations, has led many business owners and CEOs to choose payroll outsourcing. The reasons for payroll outsourcing usually vary depending on the company and workforce size. For many smaller businesses, the lack of resources to hire the necessary qualified and…Read More
Employee Payrolling Services Offered by 3rd party HR Services Provider
When it comes to your company’s workforce there are many options and strategies from which to choose. These range from traditional in-house recruitment for permanent staffing to more flexible options such as temporary hiring or contract staffing. Another popular HR strategy many companies choose is employee payrolling through a third-party HR services company. If you’re…Read More
Sexual Harassment Lawsuits in High-Risk Workplaces
Since the rise of the #MeToo movement, the number of sexual harassment lawsuits in the workplace has increased dramatically in the U.S. and around the world. Proactive companies have wisely reevaluated their sexual harassment policies and training or in some cases implemented them for the very first time, or in a very long time. The…Read More
Do You Trust Your Third-Party Payroll Provider?
First, do you even need a third-party payroll provider? The answer is yes because it is a very difficult task for businesses to stay compliant while maintaining accuracy with their; business payroll, employment tax withholding, tax return preparations, as well as their reporting and tax payment responsibilities. There is a vast multitude of laws and…Read More
5 Mistakes to Avoid in Workers Compensation Management
Workers compensation management can be a tricky process for employers and HR professionals to navigate, filled with numerous potential pitfalls and possibilities for costly mistakes. The fact that each state has somewhat different rules and regulations further complicates the process and makes it difficult to offer a step-by-step approach that can be followed in all…Read More
7 Change Management Tips to Ensure a Smooth Transition
Since the mid-2000s, new markets, labor pools, and technology have forced companies to dramatically change their business models in order to adapt and thrive, making change management a critical component to any company’s success. However, according to a 2013 Katzenbach Center survey of global senior executives, the success rate of major change initiatives is only…Read More
Onboarding Is More Important Than You Think
After spending countless resources on recruiting, interviewing and hiring a new employee, one would think that managers would want to make a good first impression and make the first few days, weeks and months for a new hire as smooth as possible with effective onboarding. Strangely, onboarding is often overlooked by employers. Reasons for this…Read More
Want To Improve Employee Retention? Begin By Improving Your Onboarding Process
It seems that employee retention has become an increasingly popular buzz phrase for employers around the U.S. With low levels of national unemployment and a select few superstar employees available for the taking when employers identify a high performer within their organization, they should move heaven and Earth to keep them. But with employees constantly…Read More
How to Properly Tell Candidates They Didn’t Get the Job
Rejecting a job candidate and sending out a job candidate rejection letter is not something HR professionals look forward to having to do. Many HR professionals, recruiters, and hiring managers actually say they hate having to do it. While it is common for companies to email an applicant the job candidate rejection letter, writing a…Read More