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Re-hiring Former Employees

Posted on Mon, Nov 06, 2017 @ 08:00 AM

You rehired a former employee. Do they need to fill out the new hire paperwork again?

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Is Your Employee Wellness Program Best-in-Class?

Posted on Thu, Nov 02, 2017 @ 08:00 AM

By Daryl Zernick, Onsite Health LLC

Not discovering the hidden and not addressing the known health care needs of your employee population before they turn into claims will cost your company significant amounts of money. This is why you need a best-in-class wellness partner and program regardless if your company is fully or self-insured.

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TruPay Celebrates Halloween 2017 With a Movie Theme

Posted on Tue, Oct 31, 2017 @ 09:44 AM

TruPay's Annual Halloween Costume Contests are a great showcase of creativity and 2017 was no exception. This year, the recreation committee declared the contest theme would be an all-around favorite: Cinema.

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Creating a Tolerant Workplace by Recognizing Unconscious Biases

Posted on Thu, Oct 26, 2017 @ 08:00 AM

In an effort to create more tolerant workplaces, tech giants like Google and Facebook have been training employees to recognize their unconscious biases. As the term implies, these biases are below the surface, unintended, and often undesired. They’re implicit rather than explicit.

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The Workplace Safety Program Mistake You Don't Want to Make

Posted on Mon, Oct 23, 2017 @ 08:00 AM

Some employers try to create a safe workplace by rewarding employees when there are no work-related injuries. This is a mistake. While you certainly want to motivate employees to follow your safety procedures, you do not want to incentivize employees to hide injuries and accidents—or to refrain from filing a claim. Encouraging “no injuries” tells employees that they should downplay their injuries or keep them quiet. It may be well-meaning, but it’s still a form of pressure that exposes you to liability and increases the chances of repeated injuries. And it doesn’t make you safer.

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What to Look for When Hiring Millennials

Posted on Fri, Oct 20, 2017 @ 08:00 AM

This article re-published with permission from Criteria Corp.

By Emily Peirce

Millennials now make up the largest share of the United States’ labor force.  They also experience the highest percentage of unemployment compared to other groups, about 11.5%.  With so many articles written about how to attract and engage with millennial talent, it seems odd that the most over-analyzed generation (and their potential employers) can’t catch a break.  But when it comes to hiring millennials, companies just have to know what to look for.

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4 Ways to Improve Workplace Culture With HCM

Posted on Wed, Oct 18, 2017 @ 08:00 AM

Employees’ daily experience of their workplace directly contributes to whether they
are engaged and willing to put in that voluntary discretionary effort. If they feel they are
being valued and treated fairly in the workplace, they are more likely to give employers
that extra effort. This requires more than incentives or HR initiatives. Here are four ways to improve workplace culture using HCM technologies and processes.

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Why Outsourced Customer Service May Be Your Biggest Problem

Posted on Mon, Oct 16, 2017 @ 08:00 AM

More and more businesses are outsourcing customer service for seemingly good reasons.  The fact is, it can cost a business much less to use a third-party call center than it would cost to hire one or more employees, provide those employees with benefits, and handle the training, scheduling, and managing of a customer service department.

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What Are the Rules Regarding Unpaid Interns?

Posted on Fri, Oct 13, 2017 @ 08:00 AM

According to the U.S. Department of Labor, there are certain requirements that must be met when taking on unpaid interns. These requirements are intended to ensure that the intern is receiving a valuable learning experience rather than providing free labor. Be aware that workers cannot waive their right to be paid, even if they are begging to work for free to gain experience. Unless all the following criteria are met, the intern is an employee who must be paid the minimum wage and overtime, and receive all of the other protections guaranteed by federal and relevant state wage laws. 

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The 7 Most Challenging Data Topics

Posted on Tue, Oct 10, 2017 @ 08:00 AM

This was re-published with permission from Lachesis, LLC.

By Julie Vigue

With all the buzz around dashboards and data analysis, there’s an obvious consensus in the business community that finding a better way to review reports is a priority to many organizational leaders. Unfortunately, the standard reports and dashboards offered by many applications fall short of providing an in-depth evaluation of data. Many organizations have shared that it is a common practice to export multiple, standard reports to a spreadsheet where the information is then sorted and totaled in various ways. 

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