The onboarding process for a new employee can seem daunting. However, innovative collaboration technologies can streamline the process, while making it easier and more effective. With many companies increasing their number of employees working remotely, it is imperative organizations make use of these collaborative technologies. They can allow you to:
Train new employees so they can contribute faster
Hire and retain the best and brightest …Read More
I recently came across an article from Software Advice’s HR blog on how HR professionals can earn a seat at the C-suite table. It offered a few great tips for HR folks looking to climb the career ladder. While HR professionals aren’t often thought of as key influencers in organizations, they certainly can be. Here’s some of the advice offered in the article:
Learn how to crunch numbers.
The article discusses the value in an employee who is …Read More
A company health and wellness program refers to activities or initiatives undertaken within the workplace that are designed to support your employees’ general health and well-being. Programs will often differ from business to business in terms of the range of initiatives offered.
Here are some simple initiatives to consider include:
Providing filtered water.
Having your air-conditioning and heating systems checked and maintained on a regular …Read More
If you’re like many business owners, you may find the various provisions of the Affordable Care Act difficult to sort out. Here are 5 key facts that every business needs to know about PPACA:
What’s changing? The ACA’s “employer mandate” (also known as “pay-or-play” rules) imposes new rules on businesses with 50 or more full-time and full-time equivalent (FTE) employees, which the Act refers to as “applicable large employers.” Beginning on …Read More
There are a number of implications for employers for hiring workers across state lines, especially as it relates to state employment laws. Below are some considerations for hiring employees across state lines:
New hire reporting. Both federal and state laws require employers to report new hires to a designated state agency within a certain time frame. Employers with employees in more than one state have two options for reporting new hires: …Read More