As technology and business steadily become more intertwined, employers must be aware of the privacy issues and other challenges this raises. HR professionals are under more scrutiny than ever when it comes to securing sensitive information online.
Correctly calculating travel and on-call pay can be a challenge. We’ll help you navigate both, starting with determining which employees need to be paid for this time.
Are you an HR superhero? Successful HR managers perform important, high-value duties for their organization. Creating clear, fair policies, building company culture, and recruiting, developing and retaining top talent drive organizations to better results and make top HR managers crucial in the fight for company success. Unfortunately, the demands of regulatory compliance can act as kryptonite that diminishes the strength of even the best HR pros and distracts from the major battles they are there to fight.
Are you paying your non-exempt employees correctly? Learn the basics of the Fair Labor Standards Act (a few things might surprise you!) and what you need to know about time sheets, breaks, travel time, and more.
Employers with seasonal positions often face a dilemma — they must hire quickly and well. Without a plan, companies run the risk of not filling positions with the right employees and facing high turnover costs throughout the season.
The Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) applies to public employers and any private employer with 50 or more employees, and understanding all its provisions can be daunting. Join us for an overview of FMLA regulations, common issues and employer best practices.
Being an expert in all areas of employment law is a daunting task. But it’s important for both new and experienced managers to have a basic understanding of HR best practices.
Please join us for a free webinar that dives into the exempt versus non-exempt employee classification. In this session, you’ll learn the important policies to keep in place to ensure your managers understand the details of time tracking and payment of non-exempt employees.
Washington State’s Paid Family and Medical Leave program will begin collecting premiums from employers and employees beginning on January 1, 2019. For employers, this means new reporting requirements about employees who are based in Washington State, as well as a new withholding from those employees’ pay statements.
We’re always happy to connect our friends and clients with expert advice relating to payroll and HR. Hosted by Kara Govro of HRAnswerLink, this free webinar discusses the specific guidelines of the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) that allow employers to classify employees as exempt from overtime.