I-9 Remote Verification Changes in 2023

I-9 Remote Verification Changes in 2023

With Covid-19 bringing on the remote workforce, some adjustments had to be made regarding employee verification.  Since 1986, employers have been required to physically examine new hires’ documentation. But during the COVID-19 pandemic, DHS allowed employers temporary flexibility to inspect Form I-9 documents remotely to accommodate the need for employees to work remotely to limit […]

Developing a Total Rewards Strategy

Developing an effective total rewards strategy is a critical step toward improving, among other things, your employee retention rates. Sure, people want to earn a high salary, but so much more goes into play during a job search. Inclusive, competitive total rewards strategies align organizations under a consistent philosophy of the value they provide. In […]

Making Meetings Purposeful

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Instead of grinding through hours of unnecessary meetings each week, check out this blog to learn how to have more purposeful meetings.

How AI tools can impact HR

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HR has been acquainted with AI tools for a few years now, but with the exponential growth of ChatGPT, everything is about to change.

Employee Appreciation Day Tips

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Happy Employee Appreciation Day! We hope you’re ready to celebrate the people who make your business great. While a sincere thank you is a great way to kick things off, we wanted to share a few ideas to help you go the extra mile for your team.  A recent survey found that 37% of employees […]

Getting executive buy-in for HR

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Securing executive buy-in for HR initiatives involves clear communication and a story that ties your project closely to your company’s goals, mission, vision, and values. It’s a tall order but one you must complete in order to implement your strategic HR goals. For example, how will reducing turnover translate into higher revenue? Why would outsourcing […]

Performance Management Tips

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A recent Willis Tower Watson (WTW) survey found that only around, “one in four North American employers (26%) reported being effective at both managing and paying for performance.” That same survey noted that companies with effective performance management strategies outperform their industry peers by 1.5x financially and 1.25x in employee productivity. Performance management investments pay […]

Exiting a PEO

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Exiting a PEO (Professional Employer Organization) can signify a big leap forward for small to mid-sized businesses. But regardless of whether you’re looking to leave your PEO because you outgrew them or because you need to cut costs, thorough preparation is essential. Additionally, expect to complete certain steps based on the specifics of your relationship […]

Implementing a social media policy

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Considering around seven out of ten Americans spend time on at least one social media site, it’s worth your time to implement a social media policy into your employee handbook. These policies guide employees’ social media usage at work, on business accounts, and even, to an extent, after hours.  Your social media policy isn’t there […]

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