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Never Too Late to Update: Critical 2023 Employee Handbook Updates

Netchex HR Blog

Even without big changes in your workplace, your employee handbook likely needs an update every year, including 2023. It’s easy to forget about the employee handbook while you’re busy training employees and interpreting new regulations. Hourly workers who go beyond 40 hours also expect overtime pay.

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UKG: Conditions Ideal for Renewed Wage Surge


UKG will discuss important and emerging trends from June 2023 shaping the frontline economy on Wednesday, July 5, at 10:00 a.m. Looking ahead to summer, we do believe strong workforce activity, coupled with low unemployment and a tight labor market, could lead to another surge in wages. businesses, with June gaining another 0.4%

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Conference Board Announces CEOs Plan to Increase Wages by a Minimum of 3%

HR Digest

Businesses have been aiming to draw and keep employees by raising hourly wages relative to inflation by 0.3% During a Thursday second-quarter earnings call, Hermanns stated that wages are still being pushed higher due to a lack of available workers. growth in average union wages that resulted from recent labor negotiations.

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10 best online employee scheduling apps in 2023


That’s when managers turn to online employee scheduling apps to streamline their business operations, improve communication, and boost productivity. We’ve researched and compared the top ten online employee scheduling apps of 2023 to help you find the right one.** Optimize your schedule and keep your team in sync with Homebase.

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California’s 2024 Minimum Wage Increases to $16 Per Hour


On Monday, July 31, the California Department of Finance Director Joe Stephenshaw officially certified that beginning January 1, 2024, California’s minimum wage will increase from $15.50 per hour to $16 per hour for all employers, regardless of size. percent — to $16 per hour — on January 1, 2024. per month). per month).

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Watch Out California Employers: SB 1162 On Track To Become Law


If he does, it will take effect on January 1, 2023. . The Department of Fair Employment and Housing (DFEH), also known as the Civil Rights Department, no longer has to publish organizations’ pay data online and available to the public. It’s good news for the Golden State as it continues to lead the way in equal pay initiatives.

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Exempt vs. nonexempt employees: What the difference is and how to classify them


Plus, it’ll help you avoid confusing payroll or scheduling issues, and you’ll ensure your employees are given appropriate hours, overtime, and benefits. Auto-convert timesheets into wages, catch errors, pay your team, and file taxes all in one place. So, if they work over 40 hours per week, they don’t receive extra compensation.