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Compensation fundamentals and best practices for the future

How a solid strategy, data, and processes can prepare your organization for the resiliency required to meet today’s top comp challenges.

How to Write Employee Evaluations In 2022

Employee evaluations, also called performance reviews, are periodic assessments of how an individual is performing in his or her job.

Employee Incentives to Implement for 2022

The most effective incentive programs leverage human behavior by linking activities with goals that tie to company objectives.

How to Calculate Overtime Pay

Overtime pay is the additional monies paid to certain employees when those employees work more than their agreed number of hours

Parental Leave Policy Samples

The FLMA entitles individuals who work for covered organizations up to 12 weeks of paid leave within a 12-month period starting on the first date of leave.

I-9 Employment Requirements, Documents and How to Comply

I9 requires employers to verify both the identify and employment eligibility of all individuals they recruit, refer for a fee, or hire in the United States, regardless of whether that individual is a U.S. citizen or not.

How to Hire An Employee

No matter how big or how small your company is, or what industry you’re in, hiring the right people is critical to business survival.

Compensation Package: Definition and Guide

In recent years, the labor pool has tightened, causing employers of all sizes to ramp up their efforts to attract and retain the right talent.

Competitive Compensation: What It Is and Why It’s Important

In a talent market as tight as what we’re experiencing today, top candidates could have multiple offers from different companies come in at the same time.

Performance Management Training In 2022

Performance management training is a comprehensive employee development initiative that starts when the employee is hired and continues throughout his or her time with the company.

Understanding A Non-Compete Agreement

A non-compete agreement, or a covenant not to compete, is a contract that legally prevents employees from competing with their current or former employer.

Family Leave Act: What Changed In 2022?

No matter how diligent and dedicated an employee may be, sometimes, life gets in the way of “business as usual.”