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Paying Non-Exempt Employees Who Work From Home

February 11, 2022

How do I pay employees that work from home? As Employers look for ways for nonexempt and exempt employees to work remotely, one area you should review is how your inclement weather policy factors in safety and pay. An inclement weather policy... Continue Reading >


How To Deliver Bad News

February 11, 2022

How to Deliver Bad News When you must share negative news, give employees time to react and grieve.  By Christina Folz Conventional wisdom tells us that the best way to deliver bad news to employees is to be objective and stay positive.... Continue Reading >


Gifts or Gaffes?

February 11, 2022

Gifts or Gaffes? What are some guidelines for giving holiday gifts to employees?  By Shari Lau Isn’t it mind-boggling how something as well-intended as a gift can be so fraught with potential landmines? In the workplace, gift-givers must be mindful that a... Continue Reading >


Flextime Benefits and Salary

February 11, 2022

Parents Rank Flextime Benefits Ahead of Salary Nearly 40 percent of parents have left a job because it lacked work flexibility  By Stephen Miller, CEBS Work flexibility and work/life balance are the most important factors for parents of young children when considering... Continue Reading >


Avoiding Retaliation Claims HR Tip

February 11, 2022

Our goal is to deliver a preventive approach to employment situations and ensure these approaches are managed appropriately. If you have questions about our services or Avoiding Retaliation Claims HR Tip, please contact us. The following information is an excerpt from the... Continue Reading >


Time You Do Not Have To Pay For

February 9, 2022

Wage & Hour Rules You Should Know Most employers are familiar with the basic “rules of the game” when it comes to employee rights under the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA). Generally speaking, employees classified as “non-exempt” are entitled to receive pay... Continue Reading >


How Do You Manage Employees with an Entrepreneurial Spirit?

February 9, 2022

SAN DIEGO—John Lasseter, best known for producing the films Toy Story, Finding Nemo, Monsters Inc., and The Incredibles, is chief creative officer at Pixar and Walt Disney Animation Studios. But it wasn’t always so. He began his career at Walt Disney Studios... Continue Reading >


Employee (W-2) or Independent Contractor (1099)… Can I choose?

February 9, 2022

How do you know the difference between an employee and an independent contractor? For many employers, and in many situations, the answer to this question may seem obvious. However, in other cases, the determination of employment status may not be quite as... Continue Reading >


Key Considerations in Your Inclement Weather Policy

January 7, 2022

Our goal is to deliver a preventive approach to employment situations and ensure these approaches are managed appropriately. If you have questions about our services or KEY CONSIDERATION IN YOUR INCLEMENT WEATHER PLAN, please contact us. We all remember the joy we... Continue Reading >