Pay transparency has emerged as a significant topic in today’s workforce, reflecting a broader societal push for equity, fairness, and accountability in the workplace. Employees are seeking greater clarity about their compensation, and employers are being prompted to foster a culture of openness. While federal laws provide some guidelines on pay transparency, each state has…Read More
As a business owner, navigating the complexities of hiring and maintaining a workforce can be challenging. One of the crucial tasks you must undertake is verifying the eligibility of your employees to work in the United States. To fulfill this obligation, the I-9 Form comes into play. In this blog, we will delve into what…Read More
The United States department of Labor created the Fair Labor Standards Act (FSLA) which establishes minimum wage, overtime pay, recordkeeping, and youth employment standards affecting employees at the state and federal level. When in a work setting, companies have a few different types of employees. You have employees that are exempt and employees that are…Read More
Employee turnover is part of owning or managing a business. Regardless of any retention strategies that your company has in place, you can’t blame employees for seeking better opportunities elsewhere when they arise. But it’s what you do next to fill any job vacancies that arguably matters most when it comes to keeping your operations…Read More
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