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
An employee handbook is a powerful tool to communicate your organization’s policies and culture. It can also serve as your first line of defense in an employment lawsuit or investigation. Join us as we discuss the most critical policies to have in your handbook and what makes them so important. If your organization doesn’t have … Continue reading Why You Need an Employee Handbook
When it comes to the storage and retention of employee files, what you don’t know can hurt you. In fact, proper recordkeeping is an essential aspect of being a compliant organization. Join us for a dive into general federal recordkeeping compliance, including required retention times for employment documents, payroll and tax information, and other important … Continue reading Employee Recordkeeping: Know Your Requirements
Join us as we examine a few key employment law concepts to help you understand their legal basis and nuances, such as the at-will employment relationship and what constitutes workplace harassment. We’ll also focus on the importance of Section 7 of the National Labor Relations Act and discuss how seemingly minor payroll oversights can turn … Continue reading Employment Law 101 for Non-Lawyers