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Tips to Improve Employee Attendance.

Tips to Improve Employee Attendance.

Meeting business goals can become difficult if no one shows up for work.  Not only does poor attendance drain the morale of co-workers who must pick up the slack, but it also increases expenses and reduces productivity.  Absenteeism ultimately affects your bottom...

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How to Keep Employees from Abusing Time and Attendance Systems

How to Keep Employees from Abusing Time and Attendance Systems

Recent studies conducted by the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners found that occupational fraud resulted in organizational losses totaling tens of thousands of dollars. These acts of fraud include embezzlement but also include employee timesheet fraud, which is...

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Update Your Information for 2022

Update Your Information for 2022

Final reminder! If you haven't already, it's time to make updates for the new year! There are a couple of things you can do to ensure a smooth start to 2022. Good news, you can make changes to any of the items listed below directly from your re360 Employee Portal....

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Resourcing Edge Webinar: re360 perform

Resourcing Edge Webinar: re360 perform

Join us in this webinar to learn about re360 perform. During this training webinar you will learn how to quickly create a Job Description from an existing template. You’ll also be given a step-by-step training on how to create Goals, Performance Reviews and...

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Resourcing Edge and Purchasing Power Join Forces

Resourcing Edge and Purchasing Power Join Forces

Resourcing Edge is excited to share that we’ve added a new service to our benefits offerings—Purchasing Power. Purchasing Power is an exclusive employee purchase program benefit that helps you get what you need when it matters most. From brand-name computers and...

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OSHA Sends ETS

OSHA Sends ETS

On September 9, 2021, the Biden administration announced that the Department of Labor’s Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) is developing a rule that will require all employers with 100 or more employees to ensure their workforce is fully vaccinated...

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