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Hourly Workers? Here’s 5 Reasons to Switch to Pay Cards

May 17, 2018 By Julie Kramer - Leave a comment

More and more companies are replacing printed paychecks with electronic pay cards, especially those managing an hourly workforce.

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The Least Employers Should Know about Pay Cards

May 15, 2018 By Julie Kramer - Leave a comment

Are you still paying your hourly workforce via paper paychecks? If so, you’re making payday harder and more expensive than it needs to be—for you and your employees.  

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How Much Do I Have to Pay My Employees? Overview of Minimum Wage by State

In 1938 Congress passed the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA), creating for the first time a federal minimum wage. This federal minimum wage supersedes any state minimum wage rulings lower than the federal minimum wage. If the state minimum wage is...

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Solving Your Construction Labor Shortage

April 30, 2018 By Diana Cleveland - Leave a comment

70 percent of contractors report that they are having a hard time filling hourly craft positions according to the National Workforce Survey conducted by the Associated General Contractors of America.

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Is It Time to Update Your Company Drug Policy?

April 17, 2018 By Diana Cleveland - Leave a comment

Not long ago, maintaining a company drug policy was a fairly straightforward HR matter. But in the last few years, rapid changes to America’s social and legal landscape have left many employers feeling like they’re tracking a moving target.

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Filed Under: Workforce Management, Compliance, Human Capital Management

Mobile Time and Attendance Tracking for Construction:  Buyers’ Checklist

April 10, 2018 By Diana Cleveland - Leave a comment

Mobile time and attendance systems have advanced over the last few years, and that’s great news for the construction industry. Now, contractors can ditch those hand-scribbled timesheets, which are riddled with inaccuracies and time-consuming to...

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Filed Under: Time Tracking, Workforce Management

Qualifying the Candidate Pool: What Determines a Red Flag

April 05, 2018 By Diana Cleveland - Leave a comment

It is vital for HR managers to rethink red flags such as job hopping and firing that may be limiting their applicant pool. Due to many employment changes with newer generations entering the workforce, the need to change the idea of a red flag is...

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What is the Cost of Hiring and Onboarding New Employees?

April 03, 2018 By Diana Cleveland - Leave a comment

There are two primary reasons for the need to hire new employees:

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Filed Under: Compliance, Time Tracking, Workforce Management, Human Capital Management

How to Reduce Workers Comp Claim Costs

March 29, 2018 By Diana Cleveland - Leave a comment

Spiraling workers comp claim costs have a heavy impact on profits. In fact, workers compensation insurance is one of the largest expenses businesses face today. Many small business owners in the U.S. have identified workers comp claim costs as a...

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Workplace Incident Report Forms: Things to Include

March 27, 2018 By Diana Cleveland - Leave a comment

When a workplace injury occurs, it is important to act quickly. The crucial period is the first 24 hours after the incident. Statistically, the more time that elapses before the injury is reported, the higher the claim is likely to be.

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