When was the last time you evaluated your onboarding process? If you haven’t made any adjustments to engage top talent, it’s time to start. And if you’ve already made some changes to your onboarding process, but don’t know if any of the changes have made a real difference, there’s one simple way to find out.
Flexible Spending Accounts, or FSAs, are popular health savings options for employees. Similar to HSAs, flexible spending accounts allow employees to use tax-free contributions towards certain health care expenses.
However, there are a few notable differences between HSAs and FSAs. Let’s take a look at how much employees can contribute, what they can use the FSA funds for, and what is covered by an FSA.
Employers who offer health benefits typically offer HSAs to their employees. HSA stands for a health savings account and allow employees to contribute tax-free contributions toward a high-deductible health plan. Employers can elect to match or contribute to their employees’ health savings accounts and these contributions are not taxable under federal law. Plus, HSA funds roll over from year to year and will follow an employee from company to company. Let’s take a look at some common questions about HSAs.
In the social media age, privacy, it seems, is a luxury we can’t always afford when out in public. Almost everyone has access to the internet with the touch of a finger, so the pressure for employees to monitor their behavior, even outside of work, is higher than ever. You never know when you’ll end up the subject of a Twitter, Facebook, Instagram or Snapchat post, even if you don’t have any of those accounts yourself.
The digital environment has quickly shaped the way people and businesses work and communicate. Digital entrepreneurs and virtual teams are becoming a trend, while finding and hiring employees through the online medium has become the norm. Learning how to discipline and organize the actions of your subordinates is a critical key to both your performance as a manager and the company’s overall results. When it comes to remote teams, obtaining productive results is a bit different compared to the traditional 9 to 5 work schedule.
In today’s post, I’m sharing 8 useful rules to manage your team remotely.
For organizations large and small, being able to accurately analyze, track, and estimate job costs is a vital software feature. An employer’s ability to accurately predict job costing directly affects future budget planning, how teams will be built, and the planning of future projects. But despite the best spreadsheets, job costing is a challenging task. That’s why it pays to use a time and attendance software well suited for job costing.
If you’ve determined you have an independent contractor rather than an employee, the next step is to write the appropriate documents so the contractor can get to work. Let’s discuss why drafting an independent contractor agreement is important, how to write one, and more so you can write your own.