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Common Challenges of Managing Remote Employees

on Mar 28, 2019 7:00:00 AM By | Complete Payroll | 0 Comments | Employees Human resources
The number of remote employees is on the rise. There are certainly a number of benefits to having virtual team members. Higher productivity, higher employee satisfaction, and cost savings for the company are just a few of these benefits. But managing remote employees also presents a number of challenges.
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Best Practices for Managing Remote Employees

on Mar 26, 2019 2:06:24 PM By | Complete Payroll | 0 Comments | Employees Human resources
More and more employees are working from home. With today’s technology it is more feasible to hire remote employees. As a manager you need to follow certain guidelines in order keep your remote employees feeling valued.
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How Should Employee Files be Organized?

on Mar 14, 2019 7:00:00 AM By | Complete Payroll | 3 Comments | Labor law Employees Human resources
Any experienced business owner or HR manager knows the importance of keeping employee files organized. But knowing *that* they should be organized says nothing about *how* they should be organized. Here are some guidelines for keeping your employee files organized as commonly recommended by certified HR professionals.
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How to Negotiate a Starting Salary with a Job Candidate

on Mar 4, 2019 7:00:00 AM By | Complete Payroll | 1 Comment | Employees Payroll Human resources
Making an offer to a potential employee is a delicate balance. After all, you want to ensure that both parties feel the compensation is fair and agreeable. It’s stressful for the candidate, but it’s also stressful to you as a hiring manager. What are the best ways to keep the negotiation as stress free as possible?
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Hourly or Salaried? How to Design a New Job Position

on Mar 1, 2019 7:00:00 AM By | Complete Payroll | 3 Comments | Employees Payroll Human resources Time and labor
Now that your business is achieving success, it’s time to grow your workforce. Should you hire hourly employees for the budget flexibility or should you hire salaried workers for the payroll predictability? What are the laws that might govern your decision? Let’s take a look at the pros and cons of hourly positions and salaried positions.
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Best Practices for Negotiating Pay Raises with Employees

on Feb 19, 2019 7:00:00 AM By | Complete Payroll | 0 Comments | Employees Salaries Payroll Human resources
Your company is doing well and your workforce is strong. Invariably your employees are going to want to discuss a raise in compensation. While no managers like this conversation, the cost of an employee leaving is high.
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How to Retain Key Employees with Bonus Packages

on Feb 14, 2019 7:00:00 AM By | Complete Payroll | 0 Comments | Employees Payroll Human resources Benefits
Bonus packages have been on the rise in recent years. While typically associated with larger companies, more small businesses have been offering bonus packages in order to compete for more skilled workers. A properly implemented bonus plan can be highly motivating for employees and help increase the retention of your most valuable workers.
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OSHA 300A Forms Must Be Posted by February 1, 2019

on Jan 28, 2019 10:20:08 AM By | Complete Payroll | 0 Comments | Labor law Human resources
The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) mandates that all employers who are required to maintain the OSHA 300 Log of Work-Related Injuries and Illnesses post a summary of the previous year’s log between February 1st and April 30th each year, even if no incidents occurred in the preceding calendar year. The summary (OSHA Form 300A) must be certified by a company executive and posted in a conspicuous location where notices to employees are customarily posted. 
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Understanding the FLSA Labor Law Poster Rules

on Jan 23, 2019 7:00:00 AM By | Complete Payroll | 0 Comments | Labor law Human resources
According to the U.S. Department of Labor, every private, federal, state and local government employer employing any employee subject to the Fair Labor Standards Act has to display a poster on minimum wage rules. Fortunately, the DOL is making it easy by providing a wide range of options and presenting versions in a variety of languages and sizes, in both black and white and color. The posters are downloadable in PDF format.
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5 HR Tips for Restaurant Owners

on Jan 21, 2019 7:00:00 AM By | Complete Payroll | 0 Comments | Employees Human resources
A restaurant is made up of a number of components. You have the kitchen staff who prepare the meals. Your host is the first impression of the patrons. The wait staff provide both the customer service and internal communications. And, of course, strong management is the glue that holds it all together. When you're planning your restaurant's HR management structure, what does that look like? Here are some ideas to get you started:
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