Today, most employers are well versed in the topics of harassment and discrimination. News outlets and social media keep us informed of the many stories on these subjects. To help mitigate potential occurrences it is commonplace for employers to institute workplace policies, manager training and proactive investigation of employee complaints.
Is your company burdened with mounting employee paperwork and confused about what to keep, where to keep it and how long to keep it? There are federal and state laws that dictate all these requirements; FLSA, Title VII of the Civil Rights Act, ADEA, ADA and USCIS to name a few.
Are you as an employer following IRS regulation when taxing bonus payments and other supplemental wages paid to employees? There are two methods for taxing supplemental wage payments less than $1 million dollars.
The end of the year is always a time of reflection. What we learned, what we did well, what we can do better. At Spirit HR we strive to create a balance between easy to use technology and personalized service.
Last week Inc. magazine published “How to Make Your HR Department Effective Against Sexual Harassment” by Suzanne Lucas. In the article Lucas outlines several reasons why HR can’t stop all discrimination and harassment. We looked at these reasons and analyzed them from a PEO perspective.
The end of the year is a great time to make sure all your ducks are in a row. A chance to clean up and organize all aspects of life and work before launching into the new year. This HR checklist will help you audit your HR tasks and prep for 2018.
Tomorrow is of course the holiday we all know and love, Thanksgiving. A time to reflect on that which we are thankful for…and stuff our faces with turkey and all the extras. After Thanksgiving passes we are launched into the December holidays with Black Friday.