Could Unlimited PTO Work for Your Company?

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  Vacation has been known to promote employee happiness, lower heart attack risks, and increase productivity. Yet, American workers tossed out 400 million vacation days in 2018.  “That’s the stupidest thing I ever heard” – quotes a child actor in MasterCard’s “One More Day” commercial. And, many companies agree, turning to unlimited PTO as a potential solution for this madness.  … Read More

Ask the HR Expert

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Question: What are we allowed to limit when it comes to our employees’ personal social media activity? Answer: Generally, employers are allowed to monitor and limit certain types of activity on social media, as long as it doesn’t violate the National Labor Relations Act (NLRA). This act gives employees the right to discuss wages and working conditions online, whether or not … Read More

Nearly Half of Our Nation’s States Increase Minimum Wage for New Year

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At the start of the new year, nearly half of our nation’s states increased their minimum wage. Connecticut, Delaware, Nevada, and Oregon have plans to increase their wages later in the year. $7.25/hour remains the federal minimum wage, which hasn’t changed since 2009. View the latest minimum wage requirements in your state:   ¹California:$13.00 is the hourly rate is for … Read More

2020 W-4 Annotated Guide

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Starting in 2020, all new hires will be required to fill out a new version of the W-4 tax withholding form that was recently released by the IRS this December. Previous hires won’t need to fill out this form solely because of the new design. However, employees who experience a life-changing event, such as getting married or having a child, … Read More