Prior to March 2020, remote, distributed and hybrid work were novelties reserved mostly for freelancers, consultants, independent contractors and only in specific, rare occasions for full-time employees. COVID-19 changed that, creating an environment, practically overnight, in which distributed workforces became the status quo and essential for moving business and our economy forward. Perhaps no other […]
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On a global scale, there have been major shifts in the way we think about work, the people who do the work, and where the work is done. An increase in the use of technology, the rapid change of pace, and even reevaluating organizational priorities all play a part in this. As business models continue […]
Do you know which of your employees are exempt from the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) overtime pay requirement? Have you recently done an exemption audit to ensure all employees who are classified as exempt still meet the requirements?
Over the past few months, many full-time employees have had to adjust to remote working environments due to COVID-19. While this changes the course of business for the foreseeable future, it’s not just full-time employees who have to adjust to the work-from-home environment; internships are adjusting, too, with many going fully virtual or being eliminated […]
The Affordable Care Act (ACA) requires applicable large employers (ALEs) to offer 95% of their full-time employees healthcare coverage that meets minimum essential coverage requirements, provides minimum value (at least 60% actuarial value) and qualifies as affordable.
Just as employers were taking a look at a bill in Congress aimed at providing paid leave for employees affected by the coronavirus/COVID-19 pandemic, the House-passed legislation took on changes in the Senate. As of early March 17, no Senate vote had been scheduled.
The New England Patriots “have no succession plan for Tom Brady,” the headline said. “New England has no backup plan for a quarterback,” said the commentator.
Record-low unemployment, a growing skills gap, artificial intelligence (AI), and the gig economy—what do these have in common? They were some of the most common topics employers discussed throughout 2019 and for the latter half of the past decade. As 2019 comes to an end, we’re continuing on with the 2020 predictions.
Employers in New York City are under pressure to have employees trained under the city’s new sexual harassment prevention law.
Offering work perks is a great way to attract and retain top talent, but what types of perks are favored most by employees?