Learn how to set effective goals and OKRs during the onboarding process with experts from BambooHR and 7Geese.
Events & Webinars
This webinar will answer all of your pressing HR questions for 2021, including how employers are continuing to deal with the pandemic, and help you start off the new year in the right direction!
Generation Z has entered the workforce and they have made it clear that employers who want to engage and retain them must offer training and developmental opportunities. And it’s no wonder why, when you consider Zippia survey findings, which reveal that 93% of Gen Z workers—more than any other g
The needs of our people have changed dramatically during the COVID-19 pandemic. Organizations have been challenged to rethink nearly every facet of their employee experience.
Last May, federal regulators suspended individual deadlines for electing and paying for COBRA coverage during the COVID-19 “outbreak period.” As the COVID emergency drags on, the administrative problems for employers only intensify.
There are several new laws impacting HR and compensation professionals that will go into effect on January 1, 2021, such as a new federal minimum wage, a new law that could impact how you classify workers, and other measures put in place to ease the burden brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Join expert panelists from BambooHR, Glassdoor, SmartRecruiters, and Prezi as they discuss the best methods and strategies to improve your hiring process.
Beginning in 2021 (for tax year 2020), employers with self-funded plans must submit a copy of federal Form 1095-B or 1095-C (depending on the employer’s size) to the California Franchise Tax Board by March 31 of the year following the calendar year to which the return relates.
EEO laws should not interfere with guidelines suggested by the CDC or state & local public health authorities regarding employer obligations or directives. Learn to identify legal issues employers should consider when developing policies & practices related to the COVID-19 vaccine.
In November 2020, Cal/OSHA, adopted emergency standards on COVID-19 prevention in the workplace. These standards, which are binding & enforceable against most organizations with California-based employees, impose a number of extensive requirements on employers.