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Can Employers Reimburse Employees for Health Insurance?
By Patrick Proctor | October 20, 2022

Employers can reimburse employees for healthcare costs via a health reimbursement arrangement and other methods. Learn the rules and laws you must follow.

Are Remote Workers Better Workers?
By Chad Brooks | October 20, 2022

Allowing employees to work remotely can increase productivity, but remote work policies are essential. Learn how remote work can benefit your business.

16 Cool Job Perks That Keep Employees Happy
By Katharine Paljug | October 20, 2022

Looking to institute some cool job perks to keep your employees happy and productive? Consider these 16 benefits to offer your employees.

Why Attitude Beats Aptitude When Hiring
By Adam Uzialko | October 13, 2022

More than half of all new employees will fail within the first 18 months on the job. The problem is not a lack of skills; rather, it's a lack of the proper attitude. Mark Murphy, CEO of Leadership...

5 Work-From-Home Issues Your Telecommuting Policy Should Address
By Matt D’Angelo | October 13, 2022

How can you take advantage of the benefits of working from home while mitigating the cybersecurity risks? You need to develop a telecommuting policy.

7 Labor Laws You Might Be Breaking
By Nicole Fallon | October 13, 2022

Do you know all your labor laws? Check out these common ones that are all too easy to violate.

Communication Is Key to Genuine Employee Engagement
By Isaiah Atkins | October 12, 2022

Employees need clear communication to be fully engaged. Learn what comprises effective communication and how to improve communication with your team.

Time Clock Rounding Best Practices
By Max Freedman | October 12, 2022

Time clock rounding can make it easier to calculate payroll and help curb employee time theft. Here is how to ensure you are doing it legally.

Setting Clear Expectations for Employees
By Isaiah Atkins | October 11, 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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Are Your Remote Workers Faking Being Active Online?
By Jordan Bishop | October 07, 2022

This article explains how many employees fake being active online and how to avoid being duped by dishonest workers.

Want to Keep Your Employees? Give Them Growth Opportunities
By Max Freedman | October 05, 2022

Employees value a clear career path over all else.

The Best Age to Become a Boss
By Shayna Waltower | September 22, 2022

Learn the age at which many bosses obtained their positions – and how you can prepare for a leadership role.

The Problem of Presenteeism: Employees Coming to Work Sick Costs Businesses
By Adam Uzialko | September 19, 2022

When employees come to work sick, it puts the whole company at risk and costs businesses money. Learn to discourage presenteeism in a post-pandemic world.

How Much Time Are Your Employees Wasting on Their Phones?
By Dock David Treece | September 19, 2022

Find out how much time employees waste using their personal phones during the workday and how you can reduce such distractions.

Fleet Health and Safety Compliance Best Practices
By David Gargaro | September 16, 2022

This guide describes the best practices for ensuring fleet health and complying with safety regulations at both the state and federal level.

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How to Identify and Address Employee Burnout
By Kiely Kuligowski | August 25, 2022

Employee burnout hurts workers and businesses. Learn how to prevent burnout and recognize the signs that your employees are being overworked.

Bridge the Gap: Communicating With a Multigenerational Workforce
By Adam Uzialko | August 24, 2022

Communication style is one of the biggest distinctions among employees from different generations. Here's how to bridge the gap in your organization.

Working Overtime? Longer Hours Won’t Make You More Productive
By Max Freedman | August 24, 2022

Longer hours don't equal higher productivity. Find out how overtime affects your employees and learn tips for achieving a proper work-life balance.

How You May Be Alienating Your Employees (and How to Stop)
By Kylie Ora Lobell | August 24, 2022

Employers can take an active role in eliminating workplace alienation by updating their team, encouraging employees, and helping set career goals.

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How to Use Variable Pay in Your Small Business
By Max Freedman | August 24, 2022

Variable pay can incentivize your employees, establish your competitive advantage in hiring, and help you hit your revenue targets. Here's how to use it.

What’s the Best Payroll Schedule for Your Business?
By Max Freedman | August 24, 2022

The four types of payroll schedules are weekly, biweekly, semimonthly and monthly. Here's how to choose the best one for your business.

Do You Have to Pay Employees for Jury Duty?
By Patrick Proctor | August 24, 2022

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

What Meal and Break Laws Does Your Business Need to Know?
By Adam Uzialko | August 24, 2022

Learn about meal and rest break laws and how they vary by state. Here's how employers can stay compliant with applicable state and federal regulations.

Healthy Workplace Conflict Can Help Your Business Grow
By Shayna Waltower | August 23, 2022

Conflict doesn't always have to be negative. Learn what healthy workplace conflict is, along with its benefits and examples of what it looks like.

Termination of Benefits Letter Writing Guide (With Examples)
By Adam Uzialko | August 22, 2022

If you fire an employee or change benefits providers, it is important to include a termination of benefits letter during the process. Here's how to write one and what to include.

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?

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.

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

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.

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).