By Justin Shadel It was all a dream… in 2003, I used to sell newspaper advertising! From 2003 to 2009, print was the preferred media over the internet when it came to advertising. Online advertising … Read More
It seems no one likes employee reviews. Managers are nervous about giving them, and employees are nervous about receiving them. But it doesn’t have to be that way. The key is to make sure everyone … Read More
Can Employees Discuss Their Salaries at Work? To prevent this outcome, you might consider developing a policy that prohibits employees from discussing their pay with their co-workers. But before you do that, remember that you may run afoul of federal law.
We live in a fast-paced society where people are forever on the go. There’s hardly ample time for work-life balance, let alone continuing education. Yet studies show that employees want opportunities for learning and development. … Read More
According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, 3.4 million people—2.3 percent of the total workforce—quit their jobs in November 2018. In the private sector, the quits rate was 2.6 percent, increasing from 2.4 percent the … Read More
Commuter benefits are fringe benefits that allow employees to set aside pretax money to pay for work-related transportation costs. Generally, for employees to use the benefit, their employer must set up a commuter, or transportation, benefits plan that meets the requirements of Section 132(f) of the Internal Revenue Code.
Below are some general steps for creating salary ranges for jobs in your company. 1. In determining salary ranges, first analyze positions by reviewing their job descriptions. To be able to assign a specific salary … Read More
Your guide to record-keeping for exempt and nonexempt employees. The Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) regulates federal minimum wage, overtime, child labor, and record-keeping, including payroll record-keeping for nonexempt and exempt employees. Although the Act … Read More
Company morale can make or break a business’s success. Here are some tactics to think about adopting for your workplace: Help employees feel that their work is more than just a job. One’s purpose can … Read More
With the flattening of organizational layers, there are now fewer options for growing by moving up. Conversely, clients now expect their first point of contact to handle a broader set of requests. New avenues for professional … Read More
There is no legal requirement to offer severance. Companies often provide it after an employee is terminated. In general, the amount is based on length of employment. You may decide to offer a week’s pay … Read More
How do you approach your day to be more productive? Do you catch yourself looking at the clock rather than focusing on what you’re getting done? When you put in less than eight or 10 … Read More
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