Category: Employee Benefits

Incentives

What Incentives (Besides Money) Can You Use to Attract Top Talent?

Most employers assume that if they want to get someone who’s really good at their job, they have to be willing to pay them more and give them more benefits. They assume that this is the only way to get someone who is at the top of their field. And although it definitely helps if you’re willing to give a person more

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3 Benefits of Outsourcing HR

A Human Resources department can be a huge help for both employees and management to streamline functions like, payroll, benefits and staying current on employment laws. Almost every large corporation has an HR department, but with smaller companies, it can sometimes be pushed aside because of cost or lack of knowledge. The good news is that every business can have access to

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Benefits You Need to Offer Your Employees (and Those You Might Want To)

If you want to hire your first employee (or you already have several), you probably know how important their benefits are to them. In fact, it is much easier to find people who want to work for your business when you offer them plenty of benefits. Because of this, you should know what benefits you are going to offer them before you

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Wellness Can Be Fun, Not a Chore

It’s necessary to encourage your employees to take care of themselves. Wellness is going to be needed if they want to do well at work. But a lot of employees don’t understand the meaning of wellness and aren’t interested in it. Preconceived Notions About Wellness Some people imagine themselves having to do yoga and getting into pretzel-like positions for wellness. Or maybe

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Human Resources: Prove to Your Employees That You Value Them

You, as a manager, concern yourself with the needs of your company. You are the leader who makes critical decisions that either profit the business or cause it to fail. Your employees are your team, and you need their respect. They are the ones who decide if you are a good boss. Show them you value them by implementing these five strategies.Provide

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6 Essential Ways to Prepare Human Resources For the New Year

The Human Resources department is a vital component of every business. It cannot be caught off-guard by changing regulations or shifting business goals. With the end of the year quickly approaching, there are six essential ways that Human Resources must prepare for the new year. 1. ACA Reporting Begin compiling information for the year-end reports mandated by the Affordable Care Act. Calculate the total eligible and

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Outside Focus on Your Inside HR needs

The day-to-day work of a Human Resources department is very time consuming.  In fact, many companies cannot reach their full potential because too much manpower is spent on logistical details.  If this is your company, then CPEhr might be the perfect partner for you. CPEhr offers customized solutions for your company’s HR needs. From recruiting and payroll administration to risk management and

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Employee Benefits: Wellness Programs Continue to Be Important in 2016

You may have made — and possibly already given up — your New Year’s resolutions, but many companies are hoping that you’ll make your health a priority in 2016.  That’s because eating healthy and exercising regularly can make you a much more productive employee, according to researchers.  Here’s how: Saving Company Dollars Healthy eaters are 25 percent more likely to be productive

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Human Resources and Outsourcing: Understanding Intermittent FMLA

Two workers sit in the company break room, discussing a recent crisis one is experiencing. “Kate” was recently diagnosed with migraines, and has gotten to the point that she doesn’t have any more time off. “Allie” comforts her but doesn’t know what to say. Kate mentions that her boss offered her FMLA, but she doesn’t need to take weeks away from work.

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Cadillac Tax Delay

On December 18, 2015, President Obama signed the Consolidated Appropriations Act, 2016 (Act) delaying the effective date of the “Cadillac Tax” until 2020 and making the tax deductible.  Leading opponents of the tax have said they would continue to press for it to be rescinded altogether. The House voted 316-113 Friday to approve the omnibus spending deal that congressional leaders unveiled earlier

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