Alert: New MA Law Limits Scope of Non-competes
The new MA non-compete law will apply to any agreements executed on or after October 1, so now is the time to ensure your practices are in compliance.
Examples of Job Postings That Work
A good job posting is critical in today’s competitive hiring environment. Here are some examples of how to create a job posting that works.
BankRI Partners With Complete Payroll Solutions for Payroll and HR Services
Bank Rhode Island has selected Complete Payroll Solutions to provide cost-effective payroll, compliance, and integrated human resource solutions for its business banking customers.
5 Tips to Avoid Costly Wage and Hour Mistakes
In fiscal year 2017, the DOL collected more than $270 million in back wages. Here are five ways companies can minimize costly wage and hour mistakes.
Complete Payroll Solutions Opens North Shore Office, Adds Team Members
As part of our constant effort to better serve our clients and the businesses of the Northeast, we recently opened a new office on the North Shore of MA.
10 “Must-Haves” for an Employee Handbook
Small to mid-sized companies shouldn’t ignore the importance of an employee handbook when it comes to staying compliant and reducing the risk of litigation.
How to Conduct an Interview: 4 Steps for Success
Follow these tips for how to conduct an interview to reveal insights into what make candidates tick, so you’ll know if they’re a good fit for your business.
Alert: New MA Paid Family and Medical Leave Program Requires Employer Contributions
Massachusetts has adopted a paid family and medical leave program, which will be funded by a payroll tax that becomes effective July 1, 2019.
HR Technology 101: Tips for Finding the Right Tools for Your Business
As the pace of technology advances in HR technology continues to accelerate, it can be overwhelming to find just the right tool for your organization and its needs. Here are five tips to help you in your search.
To Stay Competitive, It May Be Time to Boost Your Benefits
Every year, the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) administers an Employee Benefits Survey to gauge what benefits companies are offering. According to this year’s report, a third of employers increased their benefits offerings in the past twelve months.