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What the Right HR Tech Can Do for Client-Serving Organizations
Organizations with a focus on client-oriented professional services come in many forms, with legal, accounting, management consulting and advertising as just a few widely varied examples. But despite differences in the services themselves, these companies face similar hurdles, which a well-chosen provider of HR software can help overcome. Do these challenges sound familiar? For some […]
Bring Your Expense Management Into the Age of Apps
Expense management. The words alone might be enough to induce a headache in those accustomed to the more old-fashioned ways of the workplace. From mysteriously vanishing receipts to frustratingly unnecessary lags in reimbursement – and everything in between – chances are good you’ve experienced a few expense-related headaches of your own. And if you’re an […]
Why Your Organization Should Embrace the Power of Simplicity
With worker autonomy on the rise, it pays to make your processes as simple as possible. How can you take steps to ensure resiliency for your organization without a hitch in your operations, even in times of uncertainty? Stop using antiquated systems If you’ve ever had to juggle multiple logins for multiple systems – or […]
Federal Guidance on 3 Common Concerns for Bringing Employees Back On-Site
Many organizations that have adapted to telework in recent months are evaluating whether to bring employees back into the workplace. If your company is one of them, you will have many considerations specific to your organization, workforce and location. On top of your specific factors, federal guidance on paid leave, medical testing and accommodations is […]
4 Challenges Facing Health Care Organizations – and How to Overcome Them
Helping manage the health of large numbers of people may be one of the most daunting professional responsibilities imaginable. However, it isn’t the only challenge facing the health care industry. Other issues arise on the HR side of things, and they require their own intelligent solutions. Fortunately, the right HR technology can do a lot […]
Supreme Court Rules Employers Cannot Discriminate Based on Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity
On Monday, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled in the case of Bostock v. Clayton County, Georgia, that Title VII, a key provision of the 1964 Civil Rights Act, which prohibits discrimination based on sex, should be understood to include sexual orientation and gender identity. Justice Neil Gorsuch wrote for the court, “An employer who fires […]
Small Businesses: 2 Opportunities for More Effective Change Management
Organizational change can be difficult to implement, posing unique logistical challenges for leaders of all kinds of businesses. And small businesses are no exception. Besides being time-consuming, change that affects every role in your company entails varying degrees of reluctance, pushback or even rejection from employees at all levels. And if you don’t succeed, you […]
Recognize These Signs of Data Overload?
Businesses that succeed are flexible and adapt to change quickly. But if you’re stuck using multiple HR platforms and old processes, it’s easy to get so bogged down in data that it hurts your efficiency and bottom line. Does this sound familiar to you? It’s a problem I see businesses run into all the time. […]
H.R. 7010 Now Provides Additional PPP Flexibility
This blog was originally published on June 4, 2020. On June 5, President Trump signed H.R. 7010 into law. The following provisions are now in effect. The Senate and the House of Representatives have reached an agreement on the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) Flexibility Act of 2020. Once signed into law, this will provide several […]
3 Pillars of a Successful Recruiting Strategy
Your company’s success is built, moment by moment and decision by decision, by the employees who join your organization. But complicated, confusing or reactive recruiting efforts make it harder for your managers to bring the right talent to your team – and could even scare away top candidates altogether! Attention to a handful of tried-and-true […]
Unemployment Fraud: Staying Aware and Mitigating Risk
Recently, employers have seen a significant increase in the filing of fraudulent unemployment claims. This includes cases where applicants use another person’s information to apply for benefits in his or her name – people who, in many cases, were never employed or are still employed by a given company. Part of the reason for the […]
IRS Eases Restrictions on Midyear Employee Health Plan Changes
In response to recent events, the Internal Revenue Service has issued guidance on relaxed restrictions for midyear employee health plan changes, giving employers the choice to open certain plan choices. The new guidance applies to “cafeteria plans” under Section 125 of the Internal Revenue Code – that is, employer-sponsored health coverage, health flexible spending arrangements […]