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How Does 401(k) Matching Work for Employers?
Offering a 401(k) matching program as part of your employee retirement plan can be a helpful incentive for attracting top employees to your business.
Max Freedman
Max Freedman
Should You Hire At-Will Employees?
At-will employment is a common arrangement that has pros and cons for employers and employees.
Julie Ross
Julie Ross
Guide to Developing a Training Program for New Employees
Training new employees properly is essential to starting them off on the right foot. Here's what should go into your new hire training plan.
Adam Uzialko
Adam Uzialko
Outsourcing the HR Function: How and When to Outsource Human Resources to a Third Party
This guide explains how to outsource HR and explains the pros and cons of outsourcing your business’s HR function or keeping it in-house.
Max Freedman
Max Freedman
New-Hire Surveys: 32 Questions to Ask
New-hire surveys help to ensure that employees get off on the right foot and that future new hires have similarly positive experiences.
Julie Ross
Julie Ross
Differences Between a Furlough and a Layoff
Learn what furloughs and layoffs are to determine which staff-reduction option is best for your business.
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Managing employees in various locations is different from leading an in-office team. This guide offers tips for managing a remote workforce.

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Mileage Reimbursement: What You Need to Know
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Here's what you need to know about mileage reimbursement to ensure you fulfill your legal obligations as an employer.

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Do You Have to Pay Employees for Jury Duty?
By Patrick Proctor | August 18, 2022

Employers must manage employee jury duty leave. Familiarize yourself with the laws surrounding jury duty pay to ensure you meet your legal obligations.

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When Women Don’t Speak Up
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Small Business Impacts of USPS Delays
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As efforts to fix the ongoing delay problem at the USPS continue, small businesses are paying the price.

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Super Bowl Fever: Should the Day After Be a National Holiday?
By Sean Peek | August 17, 2022

Truant workers are to be expected on the day after the Super Bowl, but now it's hit a record high. Should it just be a national holiday already?

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10 Business Skills Every IT Manager Needs
By Neil Cumins | August 17, 2022

Find out the business skills every IT manager needs to balance the often-conflicting demands of staff, directors, clients and suppliers.

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Can Employers Reimburse Employees for Health Insurance?
By Patrick Proctor | August 17, 2022

Employers have several options to reimburse employees for their healthcare expenses. Here are a few.

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How Benefits Administration Can Help Your SMB
By Andrew Martins | August 17, 2022

What is benefits administration, and how does it work? Check out our guide for more details.

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20 Employee Engagement Ideas That Work
By Kiely Kuligowski | August 16, 2022

Looking for ways to retain employees? Check out this comprehensive list of employee engagement ideas.

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Surprising Ways Tariffs Impact Small Business (and What to Do About Them)
By Adam Uzialko | August 16, 2022

Tariffs can have a serious impact on costs throughout a supply chain. Here's how to prepare to deal with them as a small business owner.

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Do Small Businesses Need Supplier Diversity?
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See how a more diverse and distributed supply chain could help small businesses cope with the next disruption.

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Workplace Incentives That Your Employees Want
By Adryan Corcione | August 12, 2022

Workplace perks only work if your employees want them. These workplace incentives are sure to please

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20 Gifts Your Employees Will Love
By Kiely Kuligowski | August 12, 2022

Employees deserve recognition for their hard work. Here's a list of inexpensive gifts that are sure to please.

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Spying on Your Employees? Better Understand the Law First
By Max Freedman | August 12, 2022

Many employers track their employees' use of technology at work, but how much is too much? Here's how to balance surveillance with privacy concerns.

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What Is the ELD Mandate?
By Matt D’Angelo | August 12, 2022

The ELD mandate is a federal law that requires electronic logging devices be installed in commercial vehicles. Learn if it applies to your business.

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Employee Burnout and How to Identify It
By Kiely Kuligowski | August 12, 2022

Burnout is a serious issue for both employees and businesses overall. Here are some ways to recognize it and support your employees.

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Stress Management Key to Keeping Business (and Owner) Alive
By Sean Peek | August 12, 2022

Get help and focus on what's important to manage stress.

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What Is Statistical Analysis?
By Jeremy Bender | August 12, 2022

Find out how you can use statistical analysis to organize your data and make better decisions for your business.

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Americans With Disabilities Act Regulations That May Surprise You
By Ross Mudrick | August 12, 2022

The Americans with Disabilities Act, or ADA, prohibits discrimination against individuals with disabilities. Learn some ways your company needs to comply.

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Characteristics of a Good Leader: Tips for New Managers
By Isaiah Atkins | August 12, 2022

A manager's leadership qualities can make or break a team's effectiveness. Learn the characteristics of good leaders to find success in your position.

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Setting Clear Expectations for Employees
By Isaiah Atkins | August 12, 2022

You should clearly and simply let your employees know what you expect of them. Here is how you can set clear expectations for your employees.

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The Small Business Guide to Unemployment Insurance
By Sammi Caramela | August 11, 2022

If you're a small business owner with employees, you must pay into state unemployment insurance (SUI) and the Federal Unemployment Tax Act (FUTA).

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10 Ways Human Resources Will Change in 2022
By Cailin Potami | August 10, 2022

The pandemic and other factors are influencing human resources trends for 2022. Learn what's ahead for HR in diversity, employee well-being and more.

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Challenges Faced by Women Entrepreneurs and Some of the Most Successful Women to Follow
By Adam Uzialko | August 05, 2022

Women face unique challenges in business, but many overcome them all to find success. Here are some women who did just that.

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What Is Value Chain Analysis?
By Dock David Treece | August 05, 2022

Learn how you can improve your business's processes and products with value chain analysis.

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How to Reduce Your Business’s Tax Liability
By Katharine Paljug | August 05, 2022

Your tax liability is the total taxes you owe to the IRS or state governments and learning how to legally reduce your tax burden can save your business,

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Working on Memorial Day: How to Make It Better for Your Team
By Isaiah Atkins | August 05, 2022

Few employees want to work on Memorial Day and other holidays, but sometimes it's unavoidable. Learn how to make it a better workday for your team.

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