Exit interviews can be uncomfortable. Some departing employees use the opportunity to vent years worth of pent up frustration. And while negative feedback is hard to listen to, if employees are willing to express how they feel about working for your organization, there might be nuggets of wisdom concealed in their frustration. If you’re willing to conduct exit interviews, it’s worth the time to consider a former employee’s feedback about their experience.
There has been a new date set for EE0-1 Pay data reporting. The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) released a brief statement on its website stating employers would be required to report employee pay data by September 30th. Let’s take a look at the details of the immediate reinstatement of revised EE0-1.
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.
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.
When you consider the typical benefits business owners offer their employees, what comes to mind? In addition to the traditional perks such as paid time off and health and dental insurance, there are many other ways employers try to retain employees, such as flexible schedules, tuition assistance, childcare allowance, gym memberships, etc. These types of benefits can often make or break a company’s ability to attract and retain top talent. So what does your company offer when it comes to employee benefits? Are you using the same benefits package as you did ten years ago or are you evolving with the times? By evaluating the needs and wants of your employees, you can optimize your benefits package and improve your organization’s overall recruitment and retention rates. So how do we do this?