Generation Z is entering the workforce – is your company ready?
In accordance with TCJA and other updates, the IRS provided a draft version of the new 2019 Form W-4, the Employee’s Withholding Allowance Certificate form.
Recently, FindCourses.com surveyed more than 100 professionals to get a sense of how today’s businesses approach and manage learning and development.
In recent years, many employers have reconsidered their wellness programs, reworking these initiatives to include more than just activities focused on physical well being.
Human resource teams and decision-makers should continually evaluate overall employee engagement, and work to identify and address any issues that might come up.
There are three issues that could potentially implore companies to amend their employee handbooks this year.
In January, the DOL released its updated maximum civil penalty amounts imposed according to major laws, reflecting an approximately 2 percent increase over last year’s penalty amounts.
Offering in-demand and valuable benefits results in higher workforce satisfaction and is a top factor for employee loyalty.
Employees should understand that actions associated with sexual harassment will not be tolerated, and that these instances will be investigated by the HR team.
Our webinar explains more about how self-funded plans work, the protections available for employers, and the perks and potential disadvantages that HR teams should think about.