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?

Free HR and Payroll Learning Opportunity: Kronos Fall eSymposium

HR Bartender

The Kronos Fall HR and Payroll eSymposium is scheduled for Wednesday, November 20, 2019 from 10a to 5p Eastern. This one-day eSymposium is designed to bring HR and payroll professionals education on the topics we deal with every day.

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Ask the Attorney: Coronavirus relief package and travel expectations

Business Management Daily

In addition, several jurisdictions with paid “sick or safe leave” laws allow workers to stay home for preventive purposes, which may include time spent self-quarantining if the worker has been advised by a physician to do that. Employment Law FMLA and Employee Leave

9 FMLA record keeping requirements employers need to know

HR Morning

Employment law attorneys recommend periodic internal audits of all record keeping practices. That way, if there’s ever a dispute, you’ll be able to produce the required documentation — not to mention stay in compliance with federal laws.

How the California Consumer Privacy Act Impacts Background Checks

Cisive

The California Consumer Privacy Act of 2018 (CCPA) goes into effect on January 1, 2020 and it will rank amongst the most stringent privacy laws in the U.S. The new law will provide California residents with more control over their digital information and provide significant penalties to covered companies who fail to comply. state privacy laws limit their definitions of “personal information” to certain identifiers that could be used to commit identity theft (e.g.,

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Warning: Managers & HR pros can be personally liable for FMLA violations

HR Morning

So how do you determine who qualifies as an employer under the law? A few weeks later Graziadio returned to work and handed in a medical certification supporting her need for leave. Was HR director her employer? Whether the Garrioch maintained employment records.

Breaking the US Mindset: Employee vs. Contractor

Immedis

For example, in Australia, if an employer is found to have misclassified an employee as an independent contractor, a penalty of 250,000 AUD ( $202,063) is charged to the employer. An employee: Has a direct employment relationship with the employer. Receives benefits from the employer. Pays taxes through payroll withholdings. Has protections under local employment laws. Directed on a day-to-day basis by the employer.

5th Circuit Assures Employer That Some Good Deeds Do Go Unpunished

HR Daily Advisor

” The DOJ also gave her a certification form to fill out and submit “before the end of each pay period.” She returned to the office and remained employed with the DOJ until her voluntary resignation on December 31, 2014.

PEOs are dedicated to providing HR solutions to companies

Tandem HR

More companies than ever have started to turn to professional employer organizations (PEOs). A 2016 report from the National Association of Professional Employer Organizations (NAPEO) found small and midsize companies using PEOs are 50% less likely to go out of business.

Feeling Overwhelmed In #HR?

PerformanceICreate

Most importantly, make friends with an employment law attorney! A great payroll outsourcing provider, more importantly a very personable payroll specialist! Like HR pros, payroll specialists are often unsung heroes!

Top 5 HCM software tips to benefit your business

Insperity

These were the predecessors to the more robust, feature-rich HCM platforms, storing primarily essential data such as employee, benefits and payroll information. It provides a central point of access for not only storing employee records and processing payroll, but also managing benefits, time and attendance, performance reviews and much more. Employee records and payroll data. Certifications and renewals earned and needed. Status changes and company employment history.

Recordkeeping for the Newly Nonexempt Effective December 1, 2016

HR Daily Advisor

Every employer covered by the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) must keep certain records for each covered, nonexempt worker. Employers will need to keep specific records for these newly nonexempt employees. Employment Documentation: A Q&A with Susan Fentin.

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 PEO benefits that can save you money

Insperity

How about having a trusted set of advisors to guide your company on employment issues? They are when you outsource your heaviest HR burdens to a professional employer organization (PEO). In a nutshell, a PEO is an organization that enters into a co-employment relationship with your company, assuming many of your employer-related HR responsibilities, such as payroll and benefits. Payroll. Employment law is complex and ever-changing.

Looking Ahead: Future-Proofing HR

TalentCulture

Instead, companies had “personnel departments,” and employee interaction with this department typically revolved around mundane matters like payroll deductions, vacation policies, sick days, and retirement plan allocations.

What’s New and Critical for in I-9 and E-Verification Compliance

Cisive

Over the past two years, federal laws and policies related to citizenship and immigration enforcement have had several changes. HR and legal teams have had to struggle to keep up to date on changes specifically related to I-9 and E-Verify on the federal level, but also applicable changes in state laws. In mid-2017, US Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) released a revised version of Form I-9, Employment Eligibility Verification. The date employment was terminated.

Critical Updates for I-9 and E-Verification Compliance

Precheck

Over the past two years, federal laws and policies related to citizenship and immigration enforcement have had several changes. In mid-2017, US Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) released a revised version of Form I-9, Employment Eligibility Verification.

HR Tech Weekly: Episode #246: Stacey Harris and John Sumser

HR Examiner

California’s new employment law is starting to crush freelancers Link » and Here is What’s Missing from the Debate Link ». Thief Stole Payroll Data for Thousands of Facebook Employees Link ». What if you weren’t paying attention to this law?

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? Do you carry employment practices liability insurance (EPLI)?

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.

Simplifying New Hire Paperwork: Your Guide to the World of New Employee Paperwork

Prism HR

For any employer, the to-do list surrounding new hire paperwork can be a long and tedious one. New employee paperwork needs to be done efficiently and correctly, and usually includes: A Job Application A Signed Job Offer Letter A Background Check Authorization An Employee Identification Form An Employment Contract (and other legally binding documents your business may require, like a Non-Disclosure Agreement) An Employee Handbook Acknowledgement Form A Direct Deposit Form Required U.S.

Conference Twitter Primer #SHRM18

HRmarketer

hkemploymentlaw : Hirschfeld Kraemer LLP, helping employers and higher education institutions navigate ever-changing legal landscapes. Jonathan_HR_Law : Emply atty, writer & public speaker. jeffreysnowak : Management-side Labor & Employment attorney at Franczek Radelet P.C.;

What Employers Need to Know About the New ABC Contractor Law

Zenefits

Recently, California has established a new law, which narrows its definition of an independent contractor, helping to cut a clearer line between that and a full-time employee. Here’s what you need to know about California’s new “ABC” contractor law. Employment laws. Covered by a number of federal and state employment and labor laws. Mostly not covered by employment or labor laws. Contractors are not paid by payroll staff in most businesses.

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? Do you carry employment practices liability insurance (EPLI)?

5 Ways to Handle Compensation Like a Top-Performing Company

HR Daily Advisor

Top employers have strategies in place and keep up with market data, among other things, experts said during a recent Payscale webinar, How to Do Comp Like Top-Performing Companies. Certifications?

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.

Rise of the Chief People Officer

Nextwave Hire

The CEO is typically the person who decides to buy into having a strategic C-level exec from HR who’ll guide the culture of the company in addition to payroll, etc. Steven Rotman : I think the transition from marketing to CPO would be a stretch – mostly b/c you still have to understand all of the HR “stuff” – comp, benefits, employment law – those are the basics. Katie : Did you find that an HR certification was helpful?

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