5 Ways PEOs Benefit Small Businesses

11
Feb

We’ve discussed the differences between PEOs and ASOs on this blog before, and the conclusion we made then was there are certain benefits between choosing the two depending on the size of your organization. The bottom line of our last article was...

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The New Form W-4: Information for Employees

23
Dec

In 2017 Congress passed the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, one of the largest overhauls of the tax code in three decades. This prompted the IRS to simplify Form W-4, which instructs employers on how much tax to withhold from their employees, and in 2020...

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Remote Workers: The Managers Toolkit for Managing Offsite Employees

05
Nov

A while back we wrote about how the U.S. workforce is going to be working remotely by 2027. In that same post, we discussed the benefits and drawbacks of having your employees work from home. To save you a click, the consensus of the research...

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Onboarding: The Importance of Devising an Effective Strategy

23
Sep

In a previous blog post, we discussed the importance of having a solid employee recruitment strategy to hire the best employees to your organization. In that same post, we touched on how hiring employee goes beyond recruiting them to your ranks...

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How to Design an Effective Recruitment Strategy

16
Sep

Imagine this, you have a project that needs to be done but you don’t have the right people on your team to complete it. So, you open up a job listing, collect resumes, conduct interviews, and finally settle on what you think is the right...

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Employee Burnout: Causes and Symptoms of an Exhausted Employee

09
Sep

On May 28th , 2019 the World Health Organization (WHO) updated its definition of burnout in the new version of its handbook of diseases, the International Classification of Diseases- ICD-11. The new definition describes burnout as a “syndrome”...

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Employee benefits that small businesses can use to stay competitive

19
Aug

With unemployment rates in the United States sitting at a low 3.6 percent, employers are offering employee benefits to recruit and retain talent. A generous benefits package is key to staying competitive in the hiring market, but often it can...

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Wage Garnishment: What you should know about the law

15
Aug

Wage garnishments are one of those complex things that a company’s payroll may have to deal with if they have an employee that has a debt that is unpaid and put off. It is a challenging balancing act between Federal and State laws, that when done...

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Maintaining Proper Risk Management

05
Aug

In 2017 the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) reported that 5,147 workers died on the job, an average of more than 99 deaths a week or more than 14 deaths per day. This number represents the importance of maintaining proper...

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How to Improve Blue-collar Worker Engagement

13
Jun

Engaged employees are a company’s greatest asset, yet according to recent research from Gallup, only 15% of employees worldwide are engaged in their work. In the United States, just 33% of employed residents are engaged at work. Even more...

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