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What Employers Need to Know About W-2s and W-3s

Posted on January 18, 2019
The January 31, 2019 deadline for employers to file Forms W-2 and W-3 is right around the corner. Special due dates apply if you have terminated your business. Filing late might expose your company to penalties (IRS).
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New Year HR Trends and Predictions

Posted on January 11, 2019
As 2019 begins, management may wonder what is in store for their businesses in the area of Human Resources and employment law.
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19 States and 21 Cities Increased Minimum Wage on New Year’s Day

Posted on January 04, 2019
New year, new minimum wage changes. Americans making minimum wage will have something extra to celebrate in the New Year. 19 states and 21 localities are raising their minimum wages on or around January 1, 2019, with some reaching $15 an hour.
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Establish Effective Peer Mentoring Programs in the Workplace

Posted on December 28, 2018
A peer mentor is an experienced professional in the workplace who is matched with a new employee to provide tailored advice, guidance, and support as he or she navigates the new work environment.
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The Importance of Reviewing Policies and Procedures

Posted on December 21, 2018
Company policies are living documents that should grow and adapt with your business.
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Resourcing Edge Acquires Three Firms in Southern Texas

Posted on December 18, 2018
Continuing their growth, Resourcing Edge expands to Orange, Texas
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Five Things Employers Should Know About Interns in the Workplace

Posted on December 14, 2018
The amount of student interns in the workplace has steadily increased as result of the practical, hands-on experience that an internship provides. Ideally, internships are a win-win for both interns and employers.
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HMO vs PPO: Choosing the Best Health Insurance Plan

Posted on December 07, 2018
People across the country are signing up for health insurance before the new year. While healthcare acronyms and jargon can get confusing, it’s important to understand the basics so you can choose the best plan for your needs.
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Benefits and Components of Workplace Wellness Programs

Posted on November 30, 2018
Workplace wellness programs are an effective way to lower health care costs, reduce absenteeism, improve behavior, and lessen or eliminate risk factors that contribute to physical and economic burdens.
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EBRI Survey: Confidence Levels Highest Among Retirees, Workers with Retirement Plans

Posted on November 21, 2018
Things seem to be looking up for American retirees these days. Two groups are most likely to feel confident about their retirement readiness: retirees, who report feeling more secure in their ability to live comfortably in their retirement years, and workers with a retirement plan, whether it’s a defined contribution (DC) or defined benefit (DB) plan, or an individual retirement account (IRA).
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What Not to Wear: The Importance of Dress Code Policies

Posted on November 16, 2018
Are you noticing that your employees are coming to work dressed inappropriately for your business? Maybe they look as if they are on their way to the beach or an after-hours club. Perhaps you’ve even thought, “When did dressing for the gym or a good night’s rest become the new way to dress for work?” You aren’t alone.
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Flexible Work Arrangements – Are They Right for Your Business?

Posted on November 09, 2018
Technology allows us to be constantly plugged in and communicating instantly around the globe. As a result, the traditional work schedule of “9 to 5” in the office may be waning in many companies.
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