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
Once upon a time, a brave HCM company dared to revitalize classic fairy tales with an HR twist. Have you heard the tale of Little Red Nike Hoodie? The one where Little Red is influenced by a disengaged employee? Or the one about Jackie and the Beanstalk? You must’ve heard about the 3 Little HR … Continue reading HR Fairy Tales: The Complete Works
PTO – three little letters that carry so much meaning. After health insurance and more flexible hours, paid time off is one of the most important benefits to job seekers, according to a recent study from Fractl. It shouldn’t sound surprising since a decent paid time off policy contributes heavily to employees’ work-life balance. There … Continue reading PTO 101 for Employees
The best way to avoid allegations of workplace discrimination is to treat everyone equally, right? Even if you’re committing accidental discrimination without knowing it can result in a human resource nightmare. Wrong. Equal treatment can actually lead to claims of discrimination. In other words, sometimes the most well-meaning, or even seemingly inoffensive, efforts can backfire … Continue reading Are You Committing Accidental Discrimination?
Did you know? We’re heading to the Atlantic City Convention Center for the 27th Annual Garden State Council – SHRM Conference and Exposition. We’ll be at booth #317, and we couldn’t be more excited to be a sponsor. Did you also know? GSC-SHRM holds this conference and exposition every year to bring New Jersey HR professionals together to network and to participate in … Continue reading Did You Know? GSC-SHRM 2018