4 tips to calculate full-time employees under Obamacare rules

Employers have 11 months to nail down just how many full-time employees they have before Obamacare’s employer mandate kicks in. The problem is, the law’s formula is tricky. To help with the math, 15-year...
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Topics managers should avoid in the workplace, and dealing with argumentative workers

HR pros know managers can land your company in trouble when supervisors aren’t careful about what they say around the office.   If the wrong thing slips out in conversations, an employee might misconstrue...
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Background Checks May Help Avoid Lawsuits

Before your company hires a potential employee, you should consider a background check to help you make legal and educated pre-employment decisions. Background checks typically allow an employer to verify...
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Getting That Job!

There is a lot of preparation and planning that goes into getting a new job. Some things you may not have thought about! Download this free guide and prepare yourself for your new job today.This guide...
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Interview Errors

Sitting down with the employer of a job you sincerely desire often is intimidating. Hundreds of different thoughts may be racing through your mind, and when you walk into the interview, if you are not...
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Company Settles EEOC Lawsuit Alleging Violations of ADA Accommodations Process

eJustrite Manufacturing Company was just wrong when it came to its treatment of employees with disabilities, according to the EEOC. The agency announced yesterday that the Mattoon, Ill.-based manufacturer...
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New IRS Rules on Direct Rollovers of Taxable and Non-Taxable Amounts Require Changes to Defined Contribution Plan Administration By January 1, 2015

The Internal Revenue Service recently released guidance allowing participants to allocate the taxable and non-taxable portions of a single distribution from a defined contribution retirement plan into...
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Can you believe workers actually gave these 10 awful office gifts?

As you may have heard, holiday office parties can go south pretty quickly. And apparently, the gifts exchanged at such functions can be equally disastrous.  CareerBuilder recently asked more than 5,300...
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The worst list of holiday party rules you’ll read this year

OK. so it’s time for the obligatory holiday party story — the one where we run down all the bad things that might get employers in legal trouble during a get-together that’s supposed...
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Employers are the big winners in Supreme Court’s latest ruling

Employers have just been given a lot more wiggle room when it comes to what they do and don’t have to pay workers for.  Employers of hourly workers – especially the likes of Amazon, Apple and CVS...
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