Benefits, especially insurance benefits, are extremely important to employees and one of the main things they take into consideration when they make employment decisions. Many employers that offer insurance generally offer a combination of health, dental, and vision insurance. Sometimes dental and vision insurance are offered separately from health insurance, or they may all be rolled into one plan.
Published By: HireRight
Published Date: Oct 15, 2013
At some point, you’re probably going to have to terminate an employee. With business and economic cycles in a seemingly constant state of flux, this has never been more of a reality. Nobody likes thinking about it, but everyone should have a plan.
Have you thought about outplacement? Think it is too expensive to offer to everyone? Think again. Learn about your options and advantages in this white paper, including:
• Some surprising and strategic advantages of universal outplacement.
• The limits and high costs of traditional, brick-and-mortar outplacement solutions.
• A newer, non-traditional, and affordable outplacement options for everyone, not just executives.
• How universal outplacement may help contain unemployment costs.
Published By: Paychex
Published Date: Dec 14, 2016
The EEOC expects the expanded date from the EEO-1 Report to improve its investigations into pay discrimination based on gender, race and ethnicity.
On Sep. 29, 2016, the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) released a revised EEO-1 Report—also called the EEO-1 Survey—that includes the requirements to collect summary pay data from certain employers.
The EEOC expects the expanded data from EEO-1 Report to improve its investigations into pay discrimination based on gender, race and ethnicity.
So, what does this mean for your business? Let’s find out…download our free report today!
Talent acquisition has changed, and it grows more complex by the day. As the world of employment evolves, so do the tools, tactics and strategies to locate the best talent. To master it all and find the right people for your organization, you need the help of dedicated talent acquisition professionals.
This factual guide covers ACA definitions, regulations, mandates, forms that need filing, deadlines for filing, and potential penalties for employers. Whether you’re a small or midsize business, this complex law presents challenges that TriNet can help you manage and comply with.
HR organizations have the capabilities to play a central role in driving business execution. But many fail. Download your white paper now, compliments of SuccessFactors, and learn how to use talent management to drive business execution.
The war for talent is back. But this time, the way to win it isn’t by solidifying your employment brand or ramping up your recruiting machine. In fact, there are probably plenty of people aware of and even applying to your jobs. So why is it still so hard to find the right talent?
Several economic factors are significantly impacting the hiring and retention practices for key finance and accounting personnel in every industry. However, many successful middle market companies are counteracting these challenges by leveraging outsourcing strategies to gain efficiency, overcome staffing difficulties and better manage costs.
A significant shift is currently occurring with some economic indicators, as demonstrated in the recent RSM US Middle Market Business Index. Salaries are expected to rise in the next year, with hiring increasing and unemployment subsequently falling. With these challenges in mind, competition for talent is rising, and middle market organizations will face numerous risks when looking to attract and retain skilled finance and accounting personnel.
First impressions with your company matter, both for your new hire and what they’ll share about your employment brand. A formal onboarding programs provides a big impact, which is why they are one of today’s hottest trends.
International expansion is a dream for many organizations. It’s often the key to unlocking opportunities and tapping into new markets. If you’re planning to expand across borders, it’s essential to have a thorough understanding of the rules and regulations in the respective geographies you’re seeking to settle into.
The reality is, this knowledge is critical to your success. And while you may feel secure in your knowledge of domestic rules and regulations, the rules outside of the US can be entirely different. From the ingredients in your products to CO2 emissions to employment practices and beyond, you can expect to see rules and regulatory differences everywhere.
It’s never safe to assume that procedures and practices will be similar to the ones you’re used to. Navigating new rules can be extremely complex, with nuances and ambiguities that are often difficult to foresee without proper strategic advisory.
Fortunately, there are ways you can overcome these challenges. In this eBook, y
Compliance is one of the top challenges facing any payroll and HR department. It’s up to you to ensure that all personnel business practices follow current laws and that you are keeping proper records to document your company’s compliance. While an efficient payroll system can help to enhance employee moral and boost your reputation, mistakes in record-keeping and compliance can result in punitive penalties– even lawsuits. Of course, no business wants to expose itself to such financial and reputational risk. However, keeping up to date with payroll legislation can be a complex task. It’s reported that as many as one in three small businesses are penalised for incorrect payroll. To protect your company from costly fines and even litigation, you need to stay informed about employment laws, reporting rules, and changing workforce compliance issues. In this guide, we look at the challenges and the payroll solutions that will help your payroll department meet its compliance requirements wit
If you’re reading this ebook, you get it. Organizations like yours know that background
screening is becoming a service without borders. You simply must screen the people who
work for your organization, no matter where they’re from or where they work, or you risk
the integrity and worldwide credibility of your company.
Global screening can be very different from U.S. background screening. Availability of
information, and the time and requirements to conduct the searches are different than
what is standard in the U.S. That complexity is what drove the development of this eBook.
Understanding the sources, access and rules around the use of criminal record histories in employment-related background checks assists employers in their hiring process. This guide is a resource for any organization wanting concise information on key criminal records screening components and considerations.
Screening your company’s existing workforce can be a critical component in your overall security plan. But the process is far from simple—and is often intimidating. Learn from one company that has navigated the complexities, and consider their strategies to help you plan the process.
Pre-employment background screening is now considered a standard practice in Corporate America. Very few companies, however, are crossing the threshold to conduct screens on their existing workforce. It’s a complex endeavor, and to be successful, companies need to walk a fine line between addressing legitimate business and security risks and not alienating employees along the way.
There are 56.7 million contingent workers, including temporary or part-time workers, freelancers, consultants, and independent contractors in the US, making up approximately 40% of the US workforce today. In fact, 76% of HR leaders plan to hire contingent workers to deliver on growth objectives, In PwC's Future of Work study, nearly 50% of survey participants said that employees will work for more than one employer at a time, making it critical to actively manage their commitment and productivity during employment periods. Learn how to streamline the entire experience of on-boarding and retaining contingent workers to drive the greatest results for everyone involved
Published By: Asurint
Published Date: Dec 21, 2018
Employers may ask a consumer reporting agency (CRA) to implement internal
systems to evaluate background checks as part of the hiring process. An adjudication
matrix (also known as a hiring matrix) is commonly used by employers to designate
what types of crimes over certain time periods may make an individual ineligible for
employment. An adjudication matrix will typically contain labels such as “clear” or
“ineligible” that designate how the individual’s background check results lined up
with the matrix.
Published By: XpertHR
Published Date: Oct 23, 2017
At the end of each calendar year employers are responsible for closing out the year’s payroll in compliance with
all federal, state and local income and employment tax laws and regulations. But like a football team attempting a
fourth-quarter comeback, stress levels are high at this time because of the challenges involved — a great deal of interdepartmental
coordination and the completion of many detailed tasks within extremely tight deadlines.