Human Resources






Many companies reserve risk management for outside sources like vendors and customers when detrimental lawsuits can be internal. Ignored and mishandled personnel issues that turn into litigations can become costly setbacks. Mitigate your firm’s risks while protecting your finances and reputation by adopting the following smart business practices. Treat Your Staffers Respectfully Disrespected crewmembers may […]









The approaching summer vacation season should prompt you to review your paid time-off policy. Have you considered switching from traditional to unlimited downtime so personnel can unwind and recharge? Successful examples show why and when this modern system works. Case Study Netflix employees began relishing as many extra vacation days as they wanted in 2004. […]









Millennials born between the early 1980s and mid ’90s have amassed higher student loan obligations than all other generations. They also are becoming the chief workforce demographic. This means gym memberships, free snacks, and holiday parties aren’t enough to entice this talent group to accept jobs. These needy young adults are being very selective by […]









Negative mindsets and conduct can erode workplace morale, business goals, and revenue greatly over time. Bosses need proven strategies to rectify such potentially destructive attitudes. Fill out National PEO’s quick contact form online to request HR and management training for this tricky personnel concern. The following approaches can help supervisors handle such awkward situations better […]









From surveys to board meetings, organizational and workforce industry experts have pooled their resources and opinions to identify the top 2016 workplace trends. Subjects span from novel recruiting practices to innovative benefit strategies with more crucial employment aspects in the middle. Visit National PEO’s online Help Center to request information about any of our services […]









Payment differences between the genders exemplify long-standing inequalities. Women receive just 79 cents per dollar in men’s paychecks, reports the Census Bureau. Per the Equal Pay Act (EPA), employers must give all women and men employed in the same workplaces equal wages for equivalent work. Job natures instead of titles determine if positions meet substantially […]









Census results indicate that America’s ethnic composition is changing more rapidly than anticipated. A diverse crew can strengthen your organization and boost your revenue while fulfilling good faith efforts and legal compliance. Interacting with different people improves individual preparation, increases energy and engagement, liberates creativity and innovation, stimulates new perspectives and ideas, builds smarter teams, […]









Discriminatory sexual harassment violates the Civil Rights Act. It can damage employee morale, trust, and productivity. Recurring incidents and improper internal handling can turn your work environment hostile. Recognizing unacceptable interpersonal conduct and establishing policies to prevent and address this delicate issue will protect your staff while helping your company avoid lawsuits. Definition Clarification Sexual […]









How can you and your staff be more productive? Establish and announce effective break policies. Then use National PEO’s online time clock to systematize break and lunch periods. Many factors affect work efficiency. Share the strategies below with your team to boost workforce output. Enjoy Frequent Breathers Researchers measuring how personnel spend work time found […]









Illegal workforce discrimination occurs if your company treats any job applicants, staffers, or former personnel unfavorably due to factors including race, gender, age, religion, or disability. Fair employment practices agencies enforce rulings that prohibit such actions in all labor facets, not just recruitment and terminations. Review the following sampling of common regulations that may affect […]