Are You in Compliance with Your State’s Wage and Hour Laws?

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Most States have a long list of wage and hour laws that employers must follow–or risk penalties, fines, lawsuits, and even criminal charges. Did you know that some States: – Don’t allow employers to require employees to use direct deposit? – Require employers to pay employees at least bi-monthly? – Have their own minimum wage… Read more »

Great Person…Wrong Hire: How Your Next Hire Can Make or Break Your Brand

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What You Need to Know About the Affordable Care Act (ACA) Employee Model Notice

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Before I begin today’s topic, I’d like to welcome you to the inaugural issue of HR Tactics, a weekly newsletter focusing on pertinent HR issues for the small business owner. Each week, I hope to focus on topics related to the most important success factor for any business: your employees. Throughout my career, I have… Read more »

9 Steps for Conducting an Employee Termination Meeting

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Unfortunately, if you are a business owner with employees, you will eventually be faced with needing to terminate an employee (if you haven’t already had to do so). No matter how strong your recruiting, hiring, performance management, and management practices are, employee terminations are an inevitable part of owning a business. Terminations can result from… Read more »