Are you worried about losing your star performers? Keeping your best and brightest should be a high priority for any company. This is especially true considering that replacing an employee can cost you 50-60% of their annual salary, not to mention the numerous indirect costs. Join us as we discuss company culture, workforce engagement, and … Continue reading Retention: How to Keep Top Talent
Join veteran compliance expert, Yonina F. Shineweather, CPA, to review payroll and HR compliance do’s and don’t’s within the Home Healthcare Care industry. We’ll cover general compliance nuances that might affect your agency like: Multi-rate overtime Blended rates for sick time Retroactive pay and retroactive overtime Avoiding joint liability We’ll also cover New York Home … Continue reading Home Healthcare Payroll and HR Compliance
Being a new manager often comes with a steep learning curve, especially when you’ve transitioned from peer to boss. From performance evaluations to effective check-ins and employee recognition – there’s a lot to learn! Join us as we provide insight on new manager best practices and advice on how to overcome common challenges.
Do you currently assign work to independent contractors or plan to do so in the future? It’s a good idea to examine the reasons you have for classifying these workers as independent contractors instead of as employees. Join us for a look into the differences between these two classifications, as well as a review of … Continue reading Independent Contractors: Avoiding Misclassification