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Human Resource Management - Interview

Human Resource Management – Conducting a proper interview

The human resource management’s major step in the process of hiring an employee is conducting an interview. The interview gives the human resource management a chance to acquire information from a potential employee about a job application. It’s also a chance for the applicant to obtain information about the company and the position to help […]

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Employee Acquisition

Employee Acquisition – Tips to Help You Succeed

What Makes a Good Employee? Since labor is one of the most important inputs in a business’s revenue-earning operation, it should come as no surprise to learn that it needs good employee acquisition to ensure its success. Generally speaking, good employees must have both expertise and experience in the relevant field, which enable them to do […]

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HR Compliance – Four Ways IRM Can Help Your Business

Not many small and mid-sized businesses are able to manage the demands of Tampa human resources and efficiently run a business. Whereas enterprise-level companies have internal resources to manage human resources, smaller companies run the risk of falling out of HR compliance with human resource commitments. How PEOs Benefit Businesses Between navigating unemployment, managing workers compensation benefits, and […]

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Workplace Sexual Harassment

Workplace Sexual Harassment: A Guide for Employers

With the holiday season being such a busy time of year, it’s important for employers to remain aware of sexual harassment and take steps to prevent or correct it. This quick guide serves as a refresher, providing you with helpful information to share with other members of the team. What is Workplace Sexual Harassment? Prohibited […]

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Affordable Care Act Compliance

The Affordable Care Act and the Countdown to Compliance for Large Employers

ACA Compliance Facts are Not Universally Understood Large employers that need to adhere to the Affordable Care Act’s (ACA) shared responsibility rules pretty much know what they need to do to comply with this law. Some of these employers have a well-developed knowledge of how to move forward to comply with the shared responsibility portion […]

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OSHA UPDATE: New Reporting Requirements as of January 1, 2015

As many of you have already heard, there are new OSHA reporting requirements starting January 1, 2015 for Florida employers. The following link provides a “Fact Sheet” regarding the new requirements: www.osha.gov/recordkeeping2014/OSHA3745.pdf. Beginning January 1, 2015, there will be changes to what employers are required to report to the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA). […]

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Guidlines for Employers

EEOC Issues Religious Accommodation Guidelines for Employers

The EEOC has issued new guidelines for Religious attire and grooming in the workplace for employees and employers. These guidelines for employers include employees being able to wear their traditional religious attire and hair as they are instructed to by their religious guidelines even if it conflicts with employee dress codes. Title VII of the […]

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Terminating or Disciplining Employees that Engaged in a Protected Activity

There are various challenges that are experienced in organizations particularly between an employer and their workforce. Various legislations have been put in place to ensure that there are properly defined mechanisms of solving labor disputes. In the recent past, a high number of employer retaliation cases have been witnessed with an aim of disciplining employees […]

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Guidlines for Employers

The EEOC is Watching How You Treat Your Pregnant Employees

One of the hardest areas for employers, especially SMBs’ (Small and Medium Business), to keep track of is the latest HR (Human Resource) legislation and regulations. Many times the entire complexion of an issue can change with the decision of a single court case or passage of a single governmental regulation. PDA (Pregnancy Discrimination Act) […]

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Severance Package

Severance Pay Constitutes Wage Under FICA

In March of 2014, the U.S. Supreme Court made its final ruling on a case involving the tax refunds of past severance payments made to former employees, totaling nearly $1 million to a retailer and its employees. The final ruling was to deny the refunds. If the retailer had won the Supreme Court case, this […]

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