A Guide for Navigating the New Overtime Rules
Jul15

A Guide for Navigating the New Overtime Rules

Are you concerned about the new overtime rules as required in the US by the Federal Labor Standards Act (FLSA)? Perhaps you are worried about how this ruling will impact your business? Try not to panic. You are in the right place to learn in advance what to expect and how to create a plan of action for dealing with this change. Here is a total guide for navigating the waters of the new overtime pay rules that go into effect on...

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Selecting the Right Employee Engagement Solution

Over the last few years, there has been a transformation towards a more employee-centric management methodology. However, while workplaces are getting better and HR is working hard to create more unique perks, better compensation plans, and more opportunities for employees – employee engagement is still an area where companies are struggling. What’s Causing Low Employee Engagement? Many experts think that low employee engagement...

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The Importance of Workplace Investigation Documentation

Workplace investigations can be a tough prospect, but are a necessary part of maintaining a safe and trouble-free work environment for all employees. Sometimes, an employee crosses the line. If companies had the ability to hire people who left their personal problems at home, were drug-free, didn’t harass others, remained loyal and honest, then there would be no need for workplace investigations. However, that isn’t the...

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Dare To Be Different: Embrace the HR Data

How many of us got into Human Resources because someone told us we’re a “people person?” Chances are that you have heard this many times. Of course… You’re fair. Cautious. An outstanding communicator and negotiator. You believe in ethics, and hope to do what’s best for both employees and management. In short, you give HR a good name. These inherent qualities, coupled with a keen understanding of the inner workings of organizations and...

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Launch a Corporate Wellness Program with Creative Low Cost Ideas

Everyone’s talking about improving the health and wellness of their employees. Sure, it makes sense from the standpoint of producing greater engagement and reducing the costs of healthcare premiums through preventative wellness support. Corporate Wellness is Worth the Investment As of 2015, the RAND Corporation reports that an estimated $6 billion is spent per year for the wellness industry overall, with as much as $50 to $150 per...

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Company Got a Bad Online Review – Now What?

In today’s more connected world, it seems everyone has something to say about experiences with certain companies. One of the most concerning things to come out of this movement has been the emergence of company reviews made by employees. These reviews can be written by candidates who have encountered company recruitment practices, from current employees, or from employees who have left a company for a number of reasons. The majority...

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