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Why Companies Should Cover Relocation Expenses for New Employees

Not all relocation packages are created equally. However, they generally include 4 categories. This article discusses those categories and why you should go back to offering relocation packages in today's environment.

Amazon Loses Bid to End Worker Lawsuit Over Work-from-Home Expenses

Some employers are adopting reimbursement policies as a worker benefit. Others must do so because of the laws in their jurisdiction. Do you know where your company fits on the spectrum?

HR in 2023: Trends to Watch For

Read about upcoming forecasted trends and innovations in human resources for the year ahead.

Is Your Permalancer Actually an Employee?

Things get legally tricky when it comes to freelancers and independent contractors. Here’s what you need to know to stay compliant with the law.

Payroll Ideas for Improving Employee Satisfaction

The responsibility of increasing worker satisfaction tends to fall on the HR team and managers. But payroll is one of the first places you should look.

HR Fast Facts: What Is Job Mapping?

Job mapping is a way that employers can classify positions based on job profiles.

What’s Keeping Your Employees From Resigning?

Retention has always been important to business, but these days, it’s mission-critical. A recent survey revealed the exact factors that are keeping workers on board.

HR Fast Facts: Mailing Instructions for Filing Paper Forms 1094-C and 1095-c

Here are some general tips for employers who wish to file their Forms 1094-C and 1095-C by mail.

HR Fast Facts: What is Shared Feedback in Performance Management?

Shared feedback is the method of a manager summarizing the various responses for a specific reviewee.

HR Fast Facts: Why Does My New Employee’s Paycheck Have Deductions Already?

Your new hires may already be seeing benefit deductions from their paychecks. Understand why here.

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