Retirement: The Unique Status of California’s Largest Employer

HR Daily Advisor

Alanis” and “Connor,” who were both employed as peace officers by the University of California (UC), were injured on the job before they reached the age of retirement under the University of California Retirement Plan (UCRP).

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.

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The Best Way to Process Payroll [Updated for 2020]

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9 Reasons Employers Turn To Technology. Employers need to program their timekeeping system to register February 29 as a valid workday in 2020. Using a Human Resources Management System (HRMS) protects employers from payroll compliance violations. Retirement plan documents.

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. Typically beginning with a job application and ending with the election of benefits and retirement programs, there are many – often complicated – hurdles along the way. Below is a breakdown of the key stages of new employee paperwork, and tips to help streamline the entire experience for employee and employer alike. Employment Contract.

Looking Ahead: Future-Proofing HR

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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.

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. PEOs do more than just save time and headaches by handling many employer responsibilities.

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.

Conference Twitter Primer #SHRM18

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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.;

The Top HR Conferences in 2017-2018 You Can’t Afford to Miss

Compensation Today

Who Should Attend: Recruiters and talent acquisition professionals who are interested in learning about the latest recruiting strategies , data-driven recruiting, strategic sourcing and employer branding. Advanced Employment Issues Symposium (AEIS). Rob de Luca, BambooHR.

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. Retirement Case Issues.

5 Critical Steps to Future Proofing Your Human Resources Strategy

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This includes evaluating your employees’ strengths, education levels and additional training or certifications. In fact, 34 percent reported that they are sticking with their current employer because they foresee an opportunity to be part of the future growth of the company.

Is Your Cafeteria Plan Document Full of Plot Holes?

HR Daily Advisor

Unlike summer blockbuster movies with a large cast of key characters, benefit plan documentation has just three: the plan document under the Employee Retirement Income Security Act (ERISA), the summary plan description (SPD), and the Internal Revenue Code Section 125 cafeteria plan document.

5 Critical Steps to Future Proofing Your Human Resources Strategy

Insperity

This includes evaluating your employees’ strengths, education levels and additional training or certifications. In fact, 34 percent reported that they are sticking with their current employer because they foresee an opportunity to be part of the future growth of the company. Check to see if your policies are still aligned with employment laws. Check the current sick days laws to be sure you’re in compliance.