In order to remain competitive, business owners and HR leaders need to remain up to date on the latest regulatory changes, trending HR developments and adjust accordingly.
Some of the biggest HR challenges of 2018 are likely to reappear in the new year.
With millennials now making up the largest portion of the workforce and Generation Z close behind, employers have begun offering employee benefit packages designed specifically to appeal to the values of younger workers.
The Social Security Administration recently announced that the Social Security wage base will be raised to $132,900 for 2019, which represents a $4,500 increase from the 2018 wage base.
With many asking, “Why aren’t wages increasing?” we decided to look into the matter, and see what expert economists have to say.
The Internal Revenue Service recently announced that the planned changes to Form W-4 for 2019 will be rolled back until 2020.
It’s important to revisit and update your handbook on a regular basis.
Simply offering voluntary benefits isn’t enough – HR teams must also ensure that they go the extra mile to encourage employee participation.
Small business HR teams can set meaningful goals for communication, engagement, feedback and development.
A landmark merger between pharmacy chain and prescription insurer CVS and health insurer Aetna is nearly complete.