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The new overtime rules: How to comply, how to prepare
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Managing people at work
September 6, 2015
Are you concerned that your employees aren't motivated? Worried about hanging on to your most talented performers — and finding new ones? Perhaps you're bothered by the negative attitudes of a few workers, or even your overall workplace culture. These are problems — real ones. And as a management professional, it's up to YOU to solve them. But just as you can't do everything all by yourself at work, you can't have ALL the answers to EVERY management problem you and your supervisors face. Read More

The nuts and bolts of DOL's new overtime regs
September 7, 2015
Employers are about to be hit with the biggest change to U.S. wage-and-hour law in more than a decade. Will your organization be ready to comply? When the DOL last tried to revise the FLSA exemption regulations in 2004, overtime lawsuits exploded nationwide. Experts say that trend is likely to continue when the complex new FLSA regulations take effect in a few months. Read More

Your aging workforce: Legal, staffing and compensation challenges
September 8, 2015
They've been predicting it for decades ... now it's finally here. The aging of the U.S. workforce is dramatic. And it's changing every aspect of your organization — from staffing to benefits to increased employment law risks. Discover the legal, benefits and management issues that arise when hiring, supervising and firing older workers. Read More

Who's an employee? Everyone chimes in
September 9, 2015
Until now, your control over workers has been the linchpin for employee status. What's new: The DOL is stressing workers' economic dependence on an employer, rather than your control over them. Trap: If the work-suffered-or-permitted standard is interpreted broadly, the definition of independent contractor is necessarily narrowed. The six factors are now presented this way: Read More

Consider phased retirement process to retain expertise
September 10, 2015
In today's economy, many workers are electing to work past 65 — and many employers are reluctant to lose older workers' expertise. They're putting out to pasture the practice of shoving older employees out the door with a gold watch and a "Thanks, see you later." The best-prepared employers have a succession plan designed to ensure that skills and institutional memory don't walk out the door with retirees. Read More

In praise of praise
September 11, 2015
The research is clear: Praise is good for the bottom line. People who receive regular recognition and praise for their good work increase individual productivity, receive higher loyalty and satisfaction scores from customers, have better safety records and fewer accidents, and are more likely to stay with their company. New leaders tend to get tripped up on praise because they worry that it will seem unprofessional or that people will get overconfident and complacent. Read More

Harassment: Avoid these 8 common mistakes
September 12, 2015
The EEOC handled 6,862 charges of sexual harassment in fiscal year 2014, collecting $35 million on behalf of victims. Almost all those cases could have been prevented — if employers had avoided these mistakes: Read More

Let's boil down ACA compliance: Part 3
September 13, 2015
Under the Affordable Care Act (ACA) you must offer full-time employees affordable group health benefits that provide minimum value, in other words, play, or pay a free-rider penalty if even one employee buys insurance on the individual exchange and qualifies for a premium tax credit. In my last blog post, we sketched out who qualifies as full-time employees. This week, I'm outlining the affordable coverage/minimum value mandates for group health plans. Read More

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