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    I’M A SMALL BUSINESS OWNER – WHY DO I NEED WORKERS’ COMP INSURANCE?

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    I’m a Small Business Owner – Why Do I Need Workers’ Comp Insurance?   If a business owner only manages a handful of employees, he or she might be tempted to avoid picking up workers’ compensation insurance. But acquiring workers’ compensation is still an important thing to consider. In some states like California and Florida,…
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    When It Comes to Restaurant Risks, You Can’t Control What You Don’t Identify

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    When It Comes to Restaurant Risks, You Can’t Control What You Don’t Identify Ask most restaurant owners about the restaurant risks they face, and they’re most likely to mention competition, economic conditions and fickle customer tastes. Sure, these are significant, but to a large extent they are beyond the owner’s control. What can be controlled,…
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    How to Recognize and Prevent Fraudulent Workers’ Compensation Claims

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    How to Recognize and Prevent Fraudulent Workers’ Compensation Claims Whether it’s a fake injury or a crooked doctor, workers’ compensation claimant fraud and medical fraud are significant contributors to the nation’s annual $30 billion insurance fraud problem – and false claims cost everyone. Employees, employers, and even health care providers can commit workers’ compensation fraud….
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  • WHAT YOU DON’T KNOW ABOUT WORKERS’ COMPENSATION

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    What You Don’t Know About Workers’ Compensation Can Hurt You Credit: Sarah Tupper  Too often, business owners view workers’ compensation insurance only through their “expense lens,” rather than understanding how essential it is to their risk management program. So, what you don’t know about worker’s compensation can hurt you!  Just how important is it? It’s…
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  • What Employers and Employees Should Know About 2019 Tax Withholding Changes

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    What Employers and Employees Should Know About 2019 Tax Withholding Changes A revised Form W-4 for 2019 is on the way and it’s just the latest tax withholding change for employees. Earlier this year, IRS officials updated their withholding tables and issued a new Form W-4 for 2018 after passage of the Tax Cuts and…
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  • The 10 Must-Read Articles for Recruiters This Week

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    The 10 Must-Read Articles for Recruiters This Week In case you need a stimulating read, here’s a great list for you on a range of topics important for talent leaders. We took a look through some of the best articles published this past week for staffing and corporate recruiters and posted them below. The following…
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  • You can learn new tricks at any age!

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    You can learn new tricks at any age! “He’s like 70 — what’s the point?” I hear this a lot from people dismissing nasty comments by their older relatives. He’s “old,” with one foot in the grave, and he wouldn’t learn anything from me confronting him anyway. So what’s the point? This is just one…
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  • Elements of an Effective Training

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    Elements of an Effective Training A fantastic story and blog by Monica Giannobile Around this time last month, the stress of balancing my personal, work and family commitments was making me miserable. Enter Maura Nevel Thomas’ Personal Productivity Secrets: Do what you never thought possible with your time and attention, and regain control of your life! That’s…
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  • Employee Orientation and Nothing More!

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    Not too long ago Shelly Wallace Johnson wrote a great post on on-boarding. Today, I’d like to focus on one piece of employee onboarding, orientation. Orientation. It’s the worst day of your job, right? Employee orientation brings forth memories of boring policies and procedures, filling out payroll paperwork, your new hires sitting in a room watching…
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  • How to Manage, Hire and Lead Your Remote Workforce

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    How to Manage, Hire and Lead Your Remote Workforce One of the biggest challenges for companies today is that our workforces are becoming more decentralized. Managers are leading teams that are in different locations or working remotely.This makes communication challenging as we get less face time with team members and organizational leaders, but also it…
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