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There are certain tax implications for workers' compensation that every employee and business owner should understand.
Startups often offer equity to valuable employees in place of a higher salary.
Does a new workforce require new leadership styles?
Many businesses employ a management practice of ranking and then dismissing a certain number of employees every year. Can this approach survive?
If anything could make meetings worse, it's having to travel across the country to attend one. Here's how to hold productive online meetings.
Here are five factors that affect how much workers' comp insurance you need.
Time fraud can be a problem for any company, but it's also an opportunity to create clear guidelines and build trust throughout a workforce.
Four percent of workers say they'll quit if they are forced to get the COVID-19 vaccine.
Time and attendance software does more than record when employees clock in and out. It also tracks employee break times, ensuring compliance with state regulations.
Freelancers and businesses that need professional talent have many ways to connect.
Employers share the most memorable excuses they've heard and how they handled them.
Learn how a Roth 401(k) retirement plan works and how it compares to a traditional 401(k).
SIMPLE IRAs are employee retirement accounts especially useful for small businesses new to offering retirement benefits.
Correcting payroll mistakes is extremely important to maintain the trust of your employees.
High-deductible health plans can be cheaper for employers to offer, but employees don't always like them.
If you have to let an employee go or they quit, you should provide them with a termination of benefits letter. Here's what to include in your letter and a sample template.
Jury duty is an unavoidable reality for many employees, but what are employers required to do when an employee receives a jury duty notice?
Whenever you promote an employee, you should document it by sending them a promotion letter that confirms their promotion, the increased pay rate, and their new responsibilities.
DOT background checks are required for all commercial drivers before they can work for your company. Find out what these checks reveal and how to conduct one for your drivers.
Employers might run a criminal background check on job candidates for many reasons. Here's everything you need to know about background checks.
In some states, employers are required to reimburse employees for expenses. In others, this could be a recruiting tool.
Simplified Employee Pension (SEP) individual retirement accounts (IRA) could lower a self-employed person's taxable income. SEP IRAs benefit small employers as well.
There are many steps in running payroll, and it's important to understand them all.
Hiring foreign workers can improve company diversity and expand your global reach. Learn how to hire a foreign national.
Follow these workplace anti-discrimination laws to keep your organization safe and compliant.
If your company can commit the time, resources, and discipline to it, a job rotation program can elevate your team and organizational continuity planning in every conceivable way.
Learn what a noncompete agreement is and how it is used to protect business assets.