Category: Compliance

Creating a Zero Tolerance for Workplace Injuries

Many companies think it’s too expensive to provide a safe working environment, but consider these statistics: Investing in proactive workplace safety processes can yield a $6.15 return on investment for every dollar spent. In 2012, private industry employers reported approximately three million non-fatal workplace injuries and illnesses, while 793,000 cases were reported for state and
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5 Need to Knows about E-Verify and the Government Shutdown

  As a result of the government shutdown, users will be unable to access their E-Verify account. During the shutdown, users will be unable to:   Enroll any company in E-Verify Verify employment eligibility View or take action on any case Edit your company information Run reports Among others. In addition, employees will be unable to resolve Tentative Nonconfirmations
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Increased Visibility into Pay for Performance Programs Bridges the Gap between Science and Art

Traditionally, Pay for Performance programs have focused a lot on science and math. HR managers and other stakeholders have looked to formulas based on employee productivity, corporate achievement and budgets to make performance-based compensation plans possible. Indeed, the idea of compensating employees based on, say, items produced or customers served, is nothing new. However, in a
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4 ways businesses can implement better payroll systems

For companies of all shapes and sizes, payroll processing is arguably the most important part of day-to-day management. All employees expect to be paid regularly, and even the slightest miscue in this area can be catastrophic for the relationship between worker and employer. Giving every employee the paycheck they deserve is essential. To that end, savvy businesses are working
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