Choosing the Best HR Certification – Ask #HR Bartender

HR Bartender

One of the ways that HR professionals can demonstrate their knowledge, skills, abilities, and commitment to the profession is by obtaining a certification. There are quite a few certifications related to human resources. What’s the criteria for maintaining certification?

9 FMLA record keeping requirements employers need to know

HR Morning

When an employee goes on FMLA leave, it can pay to double-check that your FMLA record keeping processes are up to snuff, should your FMLA administration/processes ever be called into question. . Employment law attorneys recommend periodic internal audits of all record keeping practices.

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Recordkeeping: What you must keep – and for how long

HR Morning

To be on the safe side, many employment law attorneys recommend you keep everything for at least five to seven years after an employee has left. But it may be overkill, and often isn’t necessary to comply with many employment law record retention requirements.

Coordinating FMLA with State and Federal Laws

HR Daily Advisor

In this article series, we’ll focus on the intersection of the Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) and how it affects many other laws, including the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), workers’ comp, and other state laws that apply to medical or disability leaves.

Are You Considering A Career In Human Resources?

TalentCulture

Before I started my career in Human Resources , I had a perception that the HR lady sat behind a desk the entire day, listening to people complain about problems at work, pushing a box of tissues across the table to emotional employees and dispensing motherly advice. Employee Benefits.

ERISA Class Actions Settlements Cost Employers Nearly $1 Billion in 2017

HR Daily Advisor

Class action settlements and court decisions related to 401(k) retirement plans in 2017 significantly affected the direction of ERISA litigation, according to the newest edition of an annual law firm report on workplace class action lawsuits. Benefits 2017 401(k) 403(b) employment

What is a PEO (& why do you need one)?

Genesis HR Solutions

What is a Professional Employer Organization? A Professional Employer Organization (PEO) allows its clients to outsource many of their human resource functions, share employment liability, and, oftentimes, gain economies of scale to bring an improved benefits package to their employees.

7 Must-ask Questions When Shopping for a PEO

Insperity

Are you uncertain about how to find the most suitable professional employer organization (PEO) for your company? Find out if the PEO’s payroll and HR specialists have strong professional training or certifications as well as practical experience. Are they familiar with the laws governing the cities and states in which you do business? The staff support ratio is the number of the PEO’s service team members to the total number of their client companies’ employees.

Conference Twitter Primer #SHRM18

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Trump’s New Tax Law Contains Important Implications for Employers

HR Daily Advisor

On December 22, 2017, President Donald Trump signed the highly touted Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA) into law. However, the new law also limits the tax deductions businesses can claim for certain employee benefits and may change the way employers settle legal claims in the future.

Ivanka Trump, Senators Advance Ideas on Paid Family Leave

HR Daily Advisor

As the idea to make paid family leave mandatory continues to gain attention, employers may be wondering what various paid leave proposals might mean for their businesses. Of the proposals currently on the drawing board, Cave says the Strong Families Act seems the most employer-friendly.

WIRTW #372 (the “bad work day” edition)

Ohio Employer's Law

Can Employee Display a Confederate Flag on Facebook as Free Speech? Or Can Employer Take Action? — via Dan Schwartz’s Connecticut Employment Law Blog. via Minnesota Employer. Tattoo-ism: Where Body Art Meets Employment Discrimination — via The Labor Dish.

8 Considerations When Selecting a Professional Employer Organization

Insperity

As employment laws, tax laws and health care reform continue to change at a rapid pace, it can be difficult for business owners to keep up. Establishing a co-employment relationship with a reputable professional employer organization (PEO) may be the greatest investment you can make toward realizing success and shielding your company from compliance and liability issues. First, several state PEO licensing and registration laws actually require it.

The Types of Employment: A Quick Reference Guide

Zenefits

In a labor market that’s become more complex, employers could have as many as six or seven classifications of workers onboard at any given time. But they also must understand the differences between workers and be able to correctly classify their types of employment to avoid violating the law. . Therefore, employers also must understand their obligations under their states’ labor laws. . Employers basically hire contingent workers as needed.

8 Must-ask Questions When Shopping for a PEO

Insperity

Are you uncertain about how to find the most suitable professional employer organization (PEO) for your company? Find out if the PEO’s payroll and HR specialists have strong professional training or certifications as well as practical experience. Are they familiar with the laws governing the cities and states in which you do business? The staff support ratio is the number of the PEO’s service team members to the total number of their client companies’ employees.