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Independent contractor workshop: How to comply and avoid the IRS/DOL crackdown
March 13, 2016
If you classify any workers as "independent contractors" — or have plans to do so — now is the time to make sure you get that classification correct. The U.S. Department of Labor recently released important new interpretative guidelines that narrow the definition of "independent contractor" and make using contractors more legally risky. The DOL's conclusion: "Most workers are employees." As part of the crackdown, the DOL hired 100 new auditors solely to investigate misclassifications. State investigators are also turning up the heat on employers. And all this attention is prompting more independent contractors — and their attorneys — to challenge their classifications in court. What to do? Now is the time to understand this issue once and for all and get in compliance. Read More

Does your employee handbook contain policies that put you at risk?
March 14, 2016
You know your company must have carefully crafted policies that cover virtually every aspect of working life — policies that are clear, concise and in writing. You also know — or strongly suspect — your company policies are not all they should be. With clear and consistent policies, you can steer clear of the most legally explosive issues in your workplace. Would you like to see best-practice policies to make sure you're in compliance and taking advantage of all the legal possibilities? Learn how you can get model policies — carefully worded, legally sound and already tested in companies across the United States — that you can apply to your own company's needs (subject to legal review) to communicate your organization's rules, standards and benefits … Read More

How recent rulings have changed employment law
March 15, 2016
How come the worst employees are the best informed about their legal rights? It sure seems that way, doesn't it? Employees who work hard and give you no trouble year in and year out — well, they're no problem by definition. But the ones who perform badly, who drive you crazy, are the first to shout "I know my rights" or threaten to call a lawyer (or actually do so), if they even think you've infringed upon their rights. Read More

What do millennials want from a benefits package?
March 16, 2016
Remember when "job hopper" was a bad thing? For younger employees, the difficulty of finding work during the recession and the need to take just-for-now jobs has increased job hopping ... and decreased the stigma. In fact, workers born in the early '80s held an average of 6.2 jobs between the ages of 18 and 26, and 57% of those jobs lasted less than a year, says a U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics report. Employers value stability in their workforce and try to tailor benefit plans to retain employees. But today's millennial workers are less interested in (and less knowledgeable about) their workplace benefits than older colleagues, according to a new Employee Benefit Research Institute (ERBI) survey. Read More

Deny a request for time off without coming off like a jerk
March 17, 2016
Although most organizations have thorough and specific policies on paid leave, they cannot tell a supervisor how to respond to every leave request that employees make. The policies provide strong guidelines, but sooner or later every manager gets a request for time off that requires individual judgment. When requests for leave or vacation are submitted in advance, for example, there are times when the supervisor must consider not only the policy guidelines, but the staffing schedule and the department's workload before approving or denying the request. Most of the time supervisors approve requests without discussion because they want to say "yes" and because employees know when it's not a good time to request time off. Problems can arise, however, when an employee feels compelled to ask for leave when the department is busy or understaffed. When this situation occurs, the supervisor has to find a way to decline the request without hurting the employee's morale. Read More

20% of HR pros plead guilty to gender pay gap
March 18, 2016
Today, gender equality in the workplace is top of mind for politicians, activists, business leaders—and your employees. According to a new CareerBuilder survey, more than half of workers (55%) do not believe men and women are paid equally for the same job, and a similar proportion (51%) do not feel men and women are given the same career advancement opportunities. What's more, 20% of HR managers polled admit that women do not make the same wages as their male counterparts at their organizations. Read More

Smart ways to excel at small talk
March 19, 2016
To mingle with strangers, start by seeing yourself as a marvelous host. Your job: to bring others into an engaging conversation. If you adopt the role of guest, you'll turn passive. Someone else may step into the host role, winning more friends, while you lurk in the background. A host doubles as a leader by posing friendly questions, making introductions and filling awkward gaps with genial comments that keep everyone involved. Rather than come across as nervous or self-conscious, a host radiates confidence and curiosity in others. Apply three steps to spark a lively chat ... Read More

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