Q&A: How Can HR Start Outsourcing?

EntertainHR - 13 hours 46 min ago

How do you decide if you should outsource your benefits administration? If you do decide to go that direction, how do you get started? In part 1 of this article, we discussed the value of outsourcing certain HR functions with Jon Shanahan, CEO of Businessolver. Today, we’ll explore how HR teams can decide if they […] The post Q&A: How...

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Q&A: How Can HR Start Outsourcing?

The Oswald Letter - 13 hours 46 min ago

How do you decide if you should outsource your benefits administration? If you do decide to go that direction, how do you get started? Source: selinofoto / shutterstock In part 1 of this article, we discussed the value of outsourcing certain HR functions with Jon Shanahan, CEO of Businessolver. Today, we’ll explore how HR teams can decide if...

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Q&A: How Can HR Start Outsourcing?

Resources for Humans: - 13 hours 46 min ago

How do you decide if you should outsource your benefits administration? If you do decide to go that direction, how do you get started? Source: selinofoto / shutterstock In part 1 of this article, we discussed the value of outsourcing certain HR functions with Jon Shanahan, CEO of Businessolver. Today, we’ll explore how HR teams can decide if...

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There’s Nothing Regular About Calculating an Employee’s ‘Regular Rate of Pay’

EntertainHR - 13 hours 46 min ago

In October 2018, the Trump administration unveiled its Fall 2018 Unified Agenda of Regulatory and Deregulatory Actions. The agenda emphasizes regulatory restraint and underscores the administration’s commitment to a more business-friendly regulatory framework, noting that “in general, the [U.S. Department of Labor (DOL)] will work to...

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There’s Nothing Regular About Calculating an Employee’s ‘Regular Rate of Pay’

The Oswald Letter - 13 hours 46 min ago

In October 2018, the Trump administration unveiled its Fall 2018 Unified Agenda of Regulatory and Deregulatory Actions. The agenda emphasizes regulatory restraint and underscores the administration’s commitment to a more business-friendly regulatory framework, noting that “in general, the [U.S. Department of Labor (DOL)] will work to...

Categories: Blogs

There’s Nothing Regular About Calculating an Employee’s ‘Regular Rate of Pay’

Resources for Humans: - 13 hours 46 min ago

In October 2018, the Trump administration unveiled its Fall 2018 Unified Agenda of Regulatory and Deregulatory Actions. The agenda emphasizes regulatory restraint and underscores the administration’s commitment to a more business-friendly regulatory framework, noting that “in general, the [U.S. Department of Labor (DOL)] will work to...

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How to Get Candidate Feedback

EntertainHR - 13 hours 47 min ago

Whether they were hired or rejected, talking to your job candidates about the entire recruiting process can help you to gain valuable insights into how the process looks from the candidate perspective. It can allow you to see trends and perhaps shed light on things the organization could be doing differently to improve the candidate […] The...

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How to Get Candidate Feedback

The Oswald Letter - 13 hours 47 min ago

Whether they were hired or rejected, talking to your job candidates about the entire recruiting process can help you to gain valuable insights into how the process looks from the candidate perspective. It can allow you to see trends and perhaps shed light on things the organization could be doing differently to improve the candidate process or to...

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How to Get Candidate Feedback

Resources for Humans: - 13 hours 47 min ago

Whether they were hired or rejected, talking to your job candidates about the entire recruiting process can help you to gain valuable insights into how the process looks from the candidate perspective. It can allow you to see trends and perhaps shed light on things the organization could be doing differently to improve the candidate process or to...

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Keeping the ‘Best’ in a ‘Best Place to Work’

EntertainHR - 13 hours 47 min ago

Being recognized as a “best place to work” is a true testament to a company’s culture, but maintaining that status is what distinguishes organizations that are genuinely committed to meeting and exceeding their workforce’s needs from those that merely rest on past successes. Achieving “best of” status is a great accomplishment but also...

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Keeping the ‘Best’ in a ‘Best Place to Work’

The Oswald Letter - 13 hours 47 min ago

Being recognized as a “best place to work” is a true testament to a company’s culture, but maintaining that status is what distinguishes organizations that are genuinely committed to meeting and exceeding their workforce’s needs from those that merely rest on past successes. Achieving “best of” status is a great accomplishment but also...

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Keeping the ‘Best’ in a ‘Best Place to Work’

Resources for Humans: - 13 hours 47 min ago

Being recognized as a “best place to work” is a true testament to a company’s culture, but maintaining that status is what distinguishes organizations that are genuinely committed to meeting and exceeding their workforce’s needs from those that merely rest on past successes. Achieving “best of” status is a great accomplishment but also...

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GAO Calls for Clarification on Tax Treatment of Unclaimed 401(K) Savings Transferred to States

EntertainHR - Mon, 03/25/2019 - 04:00

The federal government should take steps to clarify whether millions of dollars of retirement savings transfers to states from employer-based plans such as 401(k)s constitute reportable and taxable distributions, according to a report by the Government Accountability Office (GAO). Every year, large amounts of retirement savings assets are moved to...

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GAO Calls for Clarification on Tax Treatment of Unclaimed 401(K) Savings Transferred to States

The Oswald Letter - Mon, 03/25/2019 - 04:00

The federal government should take steps to clarify whether millions of dollars of retirement savings transfers to states from employer-based plans such as 401(k)s constitute reportable and taxable distributions, according to a report by the Government Accountability Office (GAO). Source: Jer123 / shutterstock Every year, large amounts of...

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GAO Calls for Clarification on Tax Treatment of Unclaimed 401(K) Savings Transferred to States

Resources for Humans: - Mon, 03/25/2019 - 04:00

The federal government should take steps to clarify whether millions of dollars of retirement savings transfers to states from employer-based plans such as 401(k)s constitute reportable and taxable distributions, according to a report by the Government Accountability Office (GAO). Source: Jer123 / shutterstock Every year, large amounts of...

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Why a Growing Workforce Doesn’t Always Require an Office Relocation

EntertainHR - Mon, 03/25/2019 - 04:00

When a company first starts out, its focus is on promoting the business, delivering maximum output with an “all hands on deck” workforce, and ultimately increasing the number of clients it serves. At this stage, the office premises are generally at the bottom of the list of considerations, and very little attention is paid to […] The post...

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Why a Growing Workforce Doesn’t Always Require an Office Relocation

The Oswald Letter - Mon, 03/25/2019 - 04:00

When a company first starts out, its focus is on promoting the business, delivering maximum output with an “all hands on deck” workforce, and ultimately increasing the number of clients it serves. At this stage, the office premises are generally at the bottom of the list of considerations, and very little attention is paid to its size,...

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Why a Growing Workforce Doesn’t Always Require an Office Relocation

Resources for Humans: - Mon, 03/25/2019 - 04:00

When a company first starts out, its focus is on promoting the business, delivering maximum output with an “all hands on deck” workforce, and ultimately increasing the number of clients it serves. At this stage, the office premises are generally at the bottom of the list of considerations, and very little attention is paid to its size,...

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Wait, I Can’t Do That? Top 5 Obscure Legal Protections for Employers

EntertainHR - Mon, 03/25/2019 - 04:00

Many states, like Massachusetts, are “at-will” states, which means employers are free to terminate employees for any reason or no reason, with or without cause or advance notice. But there’s a critical exception to the employment-at-will rule: an employee may not be terminated for any reason that’s forbidden by law. Managers...

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Wait, I Can’t Do That? Top 5 Obscure Legal Protections for Employers

The Oswald Letter - Mon, 03/25/2019 - 04:00

Many states, like Massachusetts, are “at-will” states, which means employers are free to terminate employees for any reason or no reason, with or without cause or advance notice. But there’s a critical exception to the employment-at-will rule: an employee may not be terminated for any reason that’s forbidden by law. Source:...

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