The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) should modify its Employee Plans Compliance Resolution System (EPCRS) to expand its use by retirement plans seeking to self-correct errors, according to the American Retirement Association (ARA). Doing so would reduce the burden of newly increased Voluntary Correction Program (VCP) fees (see, IRS Adjusts Voluntary Correction Program User Fees Starting […]
Recruiting Rerouted: Use a GPS Mindset to Drive Your Recruiting Strategy Rebecca Barnes-Hogg, SPHR, SHRM-SCP Before we had GPS systems, if you took a wrong turn and got lost while traveling, you experienced that distressing feeling when you realized you made a mistake. You had to get out a paper map to figure out where […]
In yesterday’s Advisor, Claudia St. John defined what trust in the workplace really means; today, she provides five steps to restoring trust if it has become an issue at your company.
Do you sense that there are many people within your organization that simply don’t trust each other? A lack of trust can drastically affect a company’s culture for the worse—and that, in turn, affects the bottom line. But what does trust really entail in the workplace? Expert Claudia St. John has some advice.
Yesterday, we revealed tips on how to organize flextime (even when every employee has to be physically on-site every day) courtesy of Megan Lee, SPHR, SHRM-SCP. Today, we present more about Lee’s program—as well as the extraordinary results she achieved.
In yesterday’s Advisor, Megan Lee, SPHR, SHRM-SCP, told how her company organized flextime when every employee had to be physically on-site every day. Today, more about her program, including the extraordinary results she achieved.