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Alibi Security
By Kiely Kuligowski | February 19, 2021

Alibi is a reasonably priced solution that integrates the analog closed-circuit television cameras you already own with high-tech IP cameras.

By Kiely Kuligowski | February 19, 2021

Blink is an ultra-affordable, wireless security and monitoring system that is ideal for a very small, budget-conscious business or a home.

By Kiely Kuligowski | February 19, 2021

Arlo's series of security systems don't rely on a video recorder. Instead, you can connect up to 15 of the Arlo cameras to the cloud and then check in via mobile device or computer to livestream up...

Here's Why Your Business Needs a Termination Policy
By Donna Fuscaldo | February 17, 2021

You can fire someone at will in most states, but there are disadvantages to doing so. Having a termination policy can help.

Considerations for Rehiring Laid-Off Employees
By Skye Schooley | February 16, 2021

Learn about the best practices for rehiring a laid-off employee.

What Is a Professional Employer Organization (PEO)?
By Matt D'Angelo | February 04, 2021

PEOs partner with small businesses to provide payroll, benefits, and human resources support, and they can be a game-changer for your business.

Prevent Employee Absenteeism Issues With a Smart Time-Off Policy
By Jennifer Post | February 04, 2021

Follow these guidelines for creating a comprehensive and inclusive PTO policy.

Exempt vs. Nonexempt: What Is the Difference?
By Skye Schooley | February 03, 2021

Learn the difference between hiring exempt and nonexempt employees.

How to Maintain HR Compliance
By Skye Schooley | February 02, 2021

Follow these six steps to help your business stay HR compliant.

How to Terminate an Employee Remotely
By Jane Genova | February 01, 2021

Firing an employee is never easy; however, added complications are involved when doing so remotely.

10 Ways to Boost Company Morale
By Skye Schooley | January 28, 2021

Learn how to boost employee morale and create a better company culture.

Telecommuting: Should Your Company Make It Permanent?
By Donna Fuscaldo | January 27, 2021

After six months of working from home, many companies are starting to weigh the pros and cons of making remote work permanent.

Should You Offer Severance Pay?
By Max Freedman | January 27, 2021

Depending on your reason for terminating an employee, you may be inclined to offer them severance pay to help them bridge the financial gap until they can find new employment.

What Are the Requirements of Maternity Leave?
By Kiely Kuligowski | January 27, 2021

Maternity leave is an important policy for attracting and retaining talent. Here's how to create your own policy.

Requirements for Keeping Paycheck Records
By Skye Schooley | January 26, 2021

Learn what paycheck records are and how to properly retain them to maintain legal compliance.

6 Examples of Diverse and Inclusive Companies
By Kiely Kuligowski | January 21, 2021

Learn from these six companies to build your own diversity-and-inclusion policy.

Contract Workers vs. Employees: What Your Business Needs to Know
By Jennifer Post | January 21, 2021

Learn the key differences between contractors and employees so you can hire the right type of workers for your business.

What You Need to Know About Predictive Scheduling and the Law
By Adam Uzialko | January 14, 2021

Predictive scheduling offers hourly workers more predictability in their work schedules.

The Benefits of Benchmarking in Business Operations
By Nicole Fallon | January 12, 2021

Benchmarking your business operations with defined metrics can help track progress and reach goals faster. Here are the benefits of benchmarking.

7 Ways to Improve Your Hiring Process
By Sammi Caramela | January 04, 2021

Learn how to create and improve your hiring process to increase employee quality and retention.

W-9 vs. 1099: What's the Difference?
By Max Freedman | December 18, 2020

When working with independent contractors, employers need to be familiar with two tax-related forms: Form W-9 and Form 1099.

Greenway Health – Intergy EMR
By Adam Uzialko | December 04, 2020

Greenway Health's EMR software, Intergy, is one of the most flexible solutions we have evaluated. It offers multiple options to navigate most of the tools, many of which are customizable to improve...

By Adam C. Uzialko | December 04, 2020

Kareo's healthcare IT platform is primarily geared toward small practices. It offers a highly intuitive and user-friendly interface while still maintaining all the most important features.

By Adam Uzialko | December 04, 2020

Here is the best practice management software for a small or midsize medical office. We considered pricing, features and expert advice.

By Adam Uzialko | December 04, 2020

Athenahealth is good practice management software that excels at billing. Using its rules engine, athenahealth draws on the insights of its 100,000-plus provider partners to catch mistakes before...

AdvancedMD EHR
By Adam Uzialko | December 04, 2020

We chose AdvancedMD as the best electronic health records system overall because it offers flexible implementation packages and can scale up with a growing practice.

By Adam Uzialko | December 03, 2020

DrChrono is an easy-to-use healthcare IT system that can be purchased as an integrated EMR/PMS solution or as stand-alone practice management software. The company offers multiple pricing tiers from...

How to Write a Job Offer Letter
By Julie Ritzer Ross | December 01, 2020

Learn why a job offer letter is important and what to include in it – and omit from it.

What Is an Exempt Employee?
By Max Freedman | November 19, 2020

While they may cost a bit more, exempt employees can bring a lot of advantages to your business.

Guide to Hiring Employees
By Jennifer Post | November 17, 2020

A clear and thorough hiring process is critical to landing the right new employees.