Washington State’s Employment Security Department (ESD) rolled out emergency rules last week that ease the burden of temporary layoffs for workers and employers.
You’ve just completed the recruiting and interviewing process and found the perfect candidate. Their first day is approaching. Is your company ready to help get them get up and running?
It’s January 2020, and the Affordable Care Act is the law of the land. That means there are important year end activities to close out the 2019 coverage year and important deadlines to keep in mind.
Washington State Family Leave Insurance (FLI) went into effect in 2019, and, beginning January 1, 2020, employees who meet coverage requirements and experience a qualifying event – such as maternity, serious illness or injury, or caring for a family member – are now eligible for FLI benefits. Actions that employers must take Set your company … Continue
In the wake of the 2017 Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, the IRS has substantially changed Form W-4 for 2020. The new form is designed to more accurately capture how taxable wages are calculated on the Individual Income Tax Return.
When it comes to the storage and retention of employee files, what you don’t know can hurt you. In fact, proper recordkeeping is an essential aspect of being a compliant organization.
We all want to enable our employees to reach their highest potential. In this webinar, we’ll discuss coaching in the workplace with a special focus on ways to encourage employee development and growth using a coaching management style.
When done well, performance evaluations provide employees with actionable feedback, clear expectations for performance, and goals for the next year.
Is your termination process putting your company at risk? Discover five common mistakes employers make during a termination meeting and how you can avoid them.
Join us for a look at ACA essentials. You’ll leave with the knowledge you need to determine what health care reform provisions apply to your company.