Furlough Vs Layoff: Differences, Advantages, and Disadvantages

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With the ongoing pandemic, things continue to be incredibly tough for many businesses. The last thing any employer wants to think…

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The Disadvantages Of Outsourcing HR Functions

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If you’re overwhelmed with HR administrative tasks or worried about compliance, you may be considering outsourcing HR as a way to…

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What Are The FLSA Overtime Rules? How Employers Can Stay In Compliance

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In recent years, the number of Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) claims filed for alleged violations has been on the rise,…

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Families First Paid Sick Leave: A Guide To FFCRA For Employers

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If you’re like many employers, understanding all the new rules and regulations that have come about as a result of the…

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The True Cost Of HR Outsourcing In 2020

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As a business owner, your focus is on growing your company. As a result, you may be thinking about outsourcing HR…

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W-2 Vs 1099 Workers: Understand the Difference Before you Hire

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When you’re staffing your business, you have different options for bringing on talent. The two most common types of work arrangements…

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In-House Vs. Outsourced HR: A Head-to-Head Comparison

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Human resources touches every employee and every department, so managing it can take a lot of time and effort. And the…

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When do I give an employee’s final paycheck? Learn your state’s rules

Final Paycheck

Whether an employee quits or is involuntarily terminated, it can be a challenging time for a number of reasons. Depending on…

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3 Signs You Need HR Consulting

Signs You Need HR Consulting

Any company can benefit from HR consulting, but here are three key signs that your organization’s in need of some outsourced assistance.

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New Protections for Pregnant Women and New Moms Take Effect Next Month

Protections for Pregnant Workers

On April 1, the Massachusetts Pregnant Workers Fairness Act takes effect. Under the law, Massachusetts employers cannot deny pregnant women and new mothers reasonable accommodation for their pregnancies, even if a woman’s pregnancy or related condition doesn’t constitute a disability under existing state or federal discrimination laws.

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