Essential Human Resources Advice
A Flexible Spending Account (FSA) is a popular way for individuals to pay certain out-of-pocket health care costs. The only catch is that FSA funds must be spent by a particular deadline. Otherwise, the money goes to waste. Limits to FSA Funds According to HealthCare.gov, “Individuals must use the money in an FSA within Read More
Workers’ compensation insurance is state-mandated, covering the vast majority of American employees. While each state has its own designated time limit for reporting workers’ comp claims (some of which extend all the way to two years), it’s important to file claims as soon as possible for several reasons. It Allows for a More Thorough Read More
To implement performance management in your organization, start by having managers set and monitor goals and tasks for each employee. Then follow-up with an evaluation of how well objectives are being met.
Today, Rey Lopez is at the helm of one of the largest Hispanic-owned businesses in the United States. The company he started in the 1990s, Resource Management Inc., provides human resources outsourcing services and more to businesses across the country. RMI employs over 6,000 people and continues to expand its offices beyond its headquarters in Read More
There are numerous types of OSHA violations that range from being fairly innocuous to extremely serious. The latter can result in costly penalties, especially if they’re repeated offenses. There are 10 in particular that occur most frequently. Knowing these specific violations gives your company the insight necessary to address any issues. 1. Fall Protection Read More