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  • December 12, 2016
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Workplace Policies to Prevent Harassment Claims

While an employer’s hiring and firing practices may present the greatest risk for litigation, lawsuits based on a company’s employment practices can happen for many reasons. Poorly written policies or a manager’s style can embroil a business in the complaint of a single employee. Workplace harassment can come from a lack of managerial action as Read More

  • December 12, 2016
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What is OSHA and Why is it Important to Your Business?

Why is job safety and health important? In 2013, 4,585 employees died from occupational incidents, and there were a staggering 3.0 million total recordable cases of workplace injury and illness. On average, each of these 3.0 million cases required eight days away from work, which means U.S. employers as a whole paid for millions of Read More

  • December 12, 2016
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Creating a Total Rewards Program: Compensation and Benefits

Many employers are becoming increasingly concerned with how to sustain and recruit a high-quality workforce while also maintaining costs. What steps are you taking to make sure that you are an employer of choice? How are you promoting the full value of your company and your offerings?   Total Rewards Concept Establishing a total rewards Read More

  • December 12, 2016
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Top 10 Ways to Control Your Mod

Your experience modification factor, or mod, is an important component used in calculating your workers’ compensation premium. If you can control your mod, you can lower your price — so we’ve gathered top tips to help you impact your bottom line. Investigate accidents immediately and thoroughly; take corrective action to eliminate hazards, and be aware Read More

  • December 12, 2016
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A Step-By-Step Guide to the Hiring Process

To help avoid the expense of hiring an unqualified employee or defending a discrimination claim, employers should have a controlled hiring process. Employers should make sure they have made the best effort to find the most qualified candidate, and they have complied with both state and federal anti-discrimination laws during each stage of the hiring Read More

  • December 12, 2016
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Why Strategic Benefit Planning Makes Sense

Competitive employee benefits packages are essential for attracting and retaining quality employees, but continuing to offer them can be tough with the rising cost of health care squeezing an already tight budget. Cutting benefits may seem like a necessary reality for some companies, but could have serious long-term consequences. Retaining employees throughout these rocky economic Read More

  • December 12, 2016
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Find the Ideal Employee with These Sample Interview Questions

The following is an extensive list of questions that will help you to identify the behavior and character of the candidate you are interviewing. These questions are divided into specific areas in order to help you target characteristics or behaviors that are most important to the job or company culture. Using your job description, identify Read More

  • December 12, 2016
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Strategies for Reducing Worksite Injuries

Workplace injuries are a significant risk for any business, and they can lead to incredibly costly medical bills, lost productivity and increased insurance premiums. You likely have safety protocols to help prevent on-the-job accidents, but another type of injury could be just as costly. Work-related musculoskeletal disorders (WMSDs) are not caused by accidents, but rather Read More

  • December 12, 2016
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Voluntary Benefits – A Win-Win for Employers and Employees

As health care costs continue to rise, so has the demand for voluntary benefits. Since many employers find it increasingly difficult to provide employees with a complete benefit package, voluntary benefits have become an ideal solution. Voluntary benefits allow employers to offer benefits that are attractive to employees without added cost to the company. Employees Read More

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