HR Tip of the Week

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The Top Tips of 2022

In case you missed them, or want to read them again, here are the most popular tips of 2022. They range from upcoming minimum wage changes to employee training that’s required or recommended. 

Your Guide to 2023 Minimum Wages

More than 20 states and 40 local jurisdictions will increase their minimum wage rates on January 1, 2023. Here is a summary of these changes and guidelines to help you comply with your minimum wage requirements.

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10 Great Interview Questions

Interviews are an essential part of the hiring process, helping you gather job-related information that you typically can't find through resumes and applications alone. To be effective, interviewers should prepare and ask the right questions. Here are ten key interview questions to consider.

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Timekeeping: Do's and Don'ts

Employers must keep accurate records of non-exempt employees' work hours to comply with federal, state and local laws. This seemingly straightforward process can become complex when employees start work early or leave late, travel for business, participate in company trainings, and use mobile devices to remain connected to work after-hours. Here are some do's and don'ts to help you manage your timekeeping responsibilities.

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Juneteenth: What Employers Need to Know This Year

Juneteenth National Independence Day (June 19) became a federal legal public holiday in 2021. Employers may have questions about the impact on their operations. Here are answers to some frequently asked questions about the holiday.

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Retaliation: What Actions Can Land You in Hot Water?

Over the past several years, retaliation has become the most frequent complaint filed with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC). In fact, 56 percent of the complaints filed with the EEOC in 2021 included a claim of retaliation, up from 37.4% in 2011. What is retaliation and what steps can employers take to help avoid it? We answer those question here.

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Employee Training: What's Required & What's Recommended

One of the most important responsibilities of an employer is ensuring employees are adequately trained. An effective training program can help employees and supervisors be more successful in their roles and help promote compliance with applicable laws, policies, and procedures. Here are eight examples of training that is either required or considered a best practice.

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