In order for a business to run as smooth and efficient as possible, it is important to have a Human Resource Management Software or HRMS. An HRMS includes a number of different solutions that simplify the management of a company’s employees and relevant HR data. The bottom line is that having the right human resource management software will undoubtedly make your business more manageable and your data more accessible. Because of this, you should make a point to ensure that you’re picking the best software for your business. Here are some tips on how you can do that:
The demand for qualified candidates is at record highs. Such a competitive talent landscape means employers have to identify and hire great talent as soon as possible. But how do recruiters, HR, and managers pick candidates with the most potential? Big tech companies such as Zoom, Salesforce, and Surveymonkey ask the following questions to identify top candidates with great performance potential.
Halloween is a time for trick-or-treating, drinking warm cider, and a little bit of light-hearted fright. Whether you’re celebrating with candy, costumes, or simply enjoying the amazing pumpkin-flavored everything that comes with the season, you shouldn’t have to deal with a scary payroll. Processing payroll should be a breeze, so be aware of these terrifying mistakes that could screw up your employees’ paychecks so you can rest easy this Halloween season.
More and more companies are beginning to allow their employees to work remotely. It’s always a great perk to allow people to work from the comfort of their home or switch up their scenery by working at a cafe or coworking space. Because remote employees may not be able to enjoy the state-of-the-art ergonomic office chairs or local gym discounts, there are other ways to help your remote employees to prioritize their health during working hours!
It is common to worry about theft as a business owner, and because of that, we put many processes in place to prevent thievery from external sources. However, have you stopped to consider that there’s a very real possibility that theft is happening right under your nose? Across the country, hourly employees are costing businesses nearly $400 billion annually in lost productivity and time theft.
On September 24th, 2019, the US Department of Labor set into law a new overtime rule. The new rule raises the salary level for employees who are considered “exempt,” or unable to earn overtime pay. Consequently, over a million Americans are now eligible to earn overtime, which means employers need to consider how the new rule will affect their business.
A good onboarding process can help new hires adjust quickly and smoothly to a new job. HR professionals and hiring managers are putting a top priority on making the employee experience better to attract and retain top talent. Come up with a great onboarding strategy that you can utilize for most of your new employees and you will set your new team members up for success at your organization in no time.
In recent years, company culture has become, in general, much more relaxed than it used to be. With millennials taking over the workplace and an advancement in technology that has changed the way things are done across the board, it isn’t uncommon to walk into any given office and see employees in jeans, t-shirts, and sandals. Read on for a few tips on how to avoid the awkward conversation when it comes time to tell Tony from IT that his favorite ripped jeans with the coffee stains are not work appropriate.
In addition to general site maintenance, we’ve made system wide updates and added new features. We've added two notifications available to all clients. Leave Management has some key updates to highlight; Applicant Tracking has new features available for clients using this product. Beginning January 1 2020, Dominion will no longer support IE 11 and older. For the best Dominon experience, we recommend using Chrome, Edge, Firefox, or Safari. Microsoft is phasing out support for IE as well. You can read more about the documentation here. If you have any questions, please contact Client Solutions or your Account Representative.
Open enrollment refers to the period of time when an employee can sign up for a new health plan regardless of whether they have a plan or not.
Open enrollment takes place from November 1st to December 15th each year for individuals, but employer-sponsored group plans may have a slightly different date range. With open enrollment right around the corner, let’s take a look at the basics of what you need to do and what happens if employees miss the date range.