Formulas, processes, and analysis. Vision, creativity, and emotional connection. This is what HR is all about. It’s a little bit of administration. It’s a little bit of strategy. A little bit of science. A little bit of art. And a whole lot of passion and skill. OK, who are we kidding? It’s a whole lot … Continue reading Art and Science: A Vision for the Future of HR
You’ve probably heard of unlimited paid time off (PTO). Maybe you’ve rolled your eyes at it. And perhaps you’ve wondered: Do any companies — that aren’t tech startups — actually, have unlimited PTO)? Is this really a thing? It’s a thing. Just not a big thing. About 2 percent of U.S. companies offer unlimited PTO. Which … Continue reading Is Unlimited PTO Right for Your Company?
“I’m sorry. You’re not eligible for a raise because you’ve already hit the top of your pay range.” When HR professionals and managers say this to employees, one of two things is going on: They believe that there’s no way to boost compensation. They are lying. Not lying about reaching the upper limit of a … Continue reading What to Do When People Reach the Top of Their Pay Range
Welcome to Pay Matters, our monthly roundup of all the payroll and compliance news that you must know. Stay informed and in compliance with our monthly payroll alerts and insights. New Jersey Expands Paid Family Leave Law On February 19, New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy signed legislation expanding the state’s paid family leave program effective July … Continue reading Pay Matters! March 2019
An I-9 audit can be intimidating, and if you haven’t properly completed or maintained your I-9s, it can also be costly. In this webinar, we’ll cover pertinent filing and retention requirements for the I-9. We’ll review the various sections of the form in-depth and discuss the acceptable documents for completion of the I-9. By … Continue reading Fundamentals of the Form I-9