Building a Resilient Workforce

It’s not just your business that needs resilience; these days your employees, need it, too. Thanks to the COVID crisis, we’ve had a year of tumultuous markets, stress, and changes that have left us tired and unsettled. The best way for us to keep moving forward while protecting our valuable workers is to build resilience […]

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Are HSA Plans Beneficial to Employees?

A Health Savings Account (HSA) is a type of savings bank account that allows you to set aside pre-tax income to use for qualified medical expenses. There are huge benefits for employees both from a tax perspective but also to help cover the cost of high deductibles within their medical plan.  But HSAs can even benefit companies […]

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New Year, New Changes, New Obtainable Hiring Goals

It’s that time of year again when we all make personal resolutions to be just a little better than we were the year before. Companies go through this process too, as they undertake strategic planning and set new roadmaps and metrics for the New Year. But what about your recruiting team or staffing agency tasked […]

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Strategies to Assimilate Your Contingent Workers in With Core Employees

Everyone wants to feel valued for their contributions at work. But when a worker is from the contingent labor pool, it’s harder for companies to make them feel a part of their core employee group. About 20% of the American workforce is made up of the contingent workforce. Whether it’s freelancers or part-timers, temporary workers, or contract-to-hire, […]

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5 Biggest Stealers of Time for Your Recruiters and Solutions

The latest studies show that small business owners spend one day a week or more on HR paperwork issues. This goes up 37% if the company has between 20 and 49 people. The same is true for recruiting and hiring teams, who spend about 30 hours a week handling administrative tasks during the candidate search process. What are the […]

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Recent COBRA Extensions Due to COVID-19

Attention, HR teams; there’s another change on the books.   COBRA, the federal Consolidated Omnibus Budget Reconciliation Act of 1985, is the ruling that allows employees who lose their job to continue their health insurance coverage. With more than 40 million Americans filing for unemployment by May 2020, the chances of experiencing a health insurance crisis are high. […]

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What is the Difference Between an EOR and PEO?

If you’re considering outsourcing HR, there are several choices you’ll have to make. The first is between two different types of third-party vendors, EORs and PEOs. There are significant differences between the two, and if you don’t understand them, it puts your company at risk. This article will set the record straight and help you […]

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