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Are 4 Year Degrees Really Required?

Hiring managers have often been focused on 4 year degrees, usually unnecessarily. Many jobs in corporate America really don’t require a degree of any kind, these are ‘middle-skilled jobs’. Rob and Jim will talk about those jobs and how you can fill the middle-skill gaps within your organization.

A Safer Workplace: Understanding State Legislation for 2020

Sexual harassment has continued to impact businesses worldwide in 2018, with approximately 40 million Google searches of the term and over 13,000 allegations worth $56 million in settlements, according to statistics from the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission.

Aligning Pay Philosophy, Culture and Employer Brand

What makes an employer brand believable?

The best employers work hard developing their mission, vision, and values and communicating them to their employees. For your organization to prove to current and prospective employees that your employee experience is as advertised, your compensation and culture need to consistently align with your employer brand.

How to Keep Remote Workers Legally Informed of Their Rights

How do you inform ALL of your employees of their labor law rights?

As companies are increasingly hiring remote workers, the office is expanding beyond the cubicle. But as an employer, you are legally required to share information from labor law postings with all employees, regardless of where they work.

Everything Small Business HR Managers Need to Know

The first step to building an incredible skyscraper is to lay a solid foundation. From there, each phase of the construction process must happen at the right time and in the right order or else the building will fail.

As an HR manager in a small business, you may have a vision of the HR strategy you want to build for your organization, but it can be difficult to know which pieces you need right now to start laying the foundation.

Winning the War for Talent With a Better Benefits Experience

It’s been well documented that benefits are an important part of attracting and retaining the best talent in a competitive labor market. In the war for talent, savvy HR teams across the country are bulking up their benefits in order to stand out from the rest. But an enticing benefits package alone isn’t going to cut it – even though companies are investing more than ever in their benefits, employees often don’t understand or appreciate that investment.

Candidate Engagement: Finding and Securing the Best Candidate

In this candidate-driven job market the greatest challenges companies are facing is how to identify, engage and retain the BEST talent. Many jobs are not filled for months and Job Boards and website postings are not effective.

Why a good emergency action plan should include more than natural disasters

Compliance training has always had the mission of keeping people safe and part of that is helping your employees know what to do in an emergency situation. While it is never pleasant to think about worst-case scenarios, it is vastly important to have an Emergency Action Plan (EAP) in place.

FLSA Changes: A Look into the DOL’s Final Overtime Rule and How You Can Prepare

In this webcast, employment attorney Louis R. Lessig and Paycom’s Caleb Masters go in-depth on the U.S. Department of Labor’s final rule to boost the salary threshold at which workers are eligible to receive overtime, making a major change to employee exemption criteria under the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA).

Becoming an Employer of Choice: Best Practices to Recruit, Retain and Shine

Companies are facing unprecedented competition for talent from inside and outside their industries. To stay competitive in the new economy and to become an employer of choice, you must understand the changing talent landscape and adopt new methods for recruiting, retaining, and developing employees.