A new law going into effect at the end of this month prohibits Nebraska employers from requiring employees not to disclose their wages as a condition of further employment.
Earlier this year, we surveyed subscribers to get a pulse on their recruiting strategies in this tight labor market. One question we asked was: Is your organization open to negotiating salary for initial job offers?
While many organizations have pledged to be more inclusive and diverse, and 2019 has experienced all-time historic lows for national unemployment rates in the United States, 85% of college grads who fall on the autism spectrum are still unemployed.
When it comes to generational recruiting, most of the focus has been on Millennials. Now, with the emergence of Generation Z, the focus is shifting once again. But what about Generation X? Between Baby Boomers retiring and Gen Z entering the workforce, it seems like Gen X has been completely forgotten.
One way to attract talent to your organization is through unique perks and benefits. We’ve been hearing how workers would prefer to have flexible schedules and opportunities to work from home more often, but are these benefits actually preferred by all employees? The answer may surprise you!
It’s been in the news frequently enough that most of us are at least vaguely aware that healthcare costs have been rising over the last several years. Anyone paying for health insurance is certainly more than vaguely aware of this. While employees are seeing higher deductibles and more expensive premiums, the impact on businesses is […]
Having children is a momentous occasion for anyone and often means big changes in one’s personal life. But for those of us in the working world, our personal lives are often inexorably intertwined with our work lives.
The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) has released a draft Form W-4 for use in tax year 2020, which includes significant changes designed to further implement the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA) passed in December 2017.
The U.S. economy is the strongest it’s been in decades, but American small business employees are facing a dilemma when it comes to saving for their futures.
Minimum wage continues to climb for many states throughout the country and Congress is expected to vote later this summer on increasing the federal minimum wage to $15 per hour. More states and municipalities have already begun the process of instituting a $15 minimum wage, could this be hurting small business owners in the quest for talent?