Is That Candidate Irresponsible? Disloyal? Or Your Next Great Hire?

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At the height of the Great Recession, US workers were thankful to have jobs – and held onto them for dear life. What a difference a few years makes! In today’s market, it’s not unusual to encounter candidates who change jobs frequently. But is regular job-change a sign of ambition – or is it just… Read more

Stay Compliant: 6 Steps to Correcting an I-9 Error

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Ready for your ICE audit? Just thinking about an audit from Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) can be enough to make you break out in a cold sweat. IF you’re not prepared, that is. Properly preparing for an ICE audit means keeping your I-9 forms in compliance, 100% of the time. But mistakes do occasionally… Read more

Dreading an Employee Conversation? You need to read this

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You know the phrase, “The buck stops here”? Well, it can be a manager’s blessing or curse. On the one hand, you have authority, autonomy and the ability to delegate. But on the other hand, you’re also expected to resolve problems – and sometimes, that means having tough conversations with employees. While you may be… Read more

Best Practices for Open Enrollment Benefits Communication

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It’s open season – open enrollment season, that is. An uncertain economy, increased end-user costs and a renewed corporate focus on wellness are all driving the need for better open enrollment benefits communication.  More than ever, employees are having to “find their own ways” when it comes to making good benefits decisions.  The stakes are… Read more