Employers hear a lot about the importance of employee engagement and keeping morale high. And with good reason: Engaged, happy employees are among the best assets that any company can have. Not only are they less likely to leave (limiting costly turnover), but they are more productive, have lower rates of absenteeism, and are more…

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When employees lose their jobs through no fault of their own, typically they file for unemployment compensation from their state to ensure that they continue to earn at least a portion of their income while they find a new job. The funds for this compensation come from employers themselves, who pay both federal and state…

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2017 may have come to a close, but that doesn’t mean the world of HR is slowing down at all. Here are some of the top stories that we are following as we turn to the new year. Facebook Reveals Its Sexual Harassment Policy to Help Smaller Companies In the wake of a seemingly endless…

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Creating a great place to work can be challenging. There are so many factors that go into creating satisfied, productive employees, from the actual work that needs to be done to the benefits package and other perks that come from working for a company — not to mention, the actual leaders of the company and…

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From holiday hiring trends to new interpretations of federal employment law, October was a busy month in HR news. Check out some of the stories that National PEO is followed last month. 1. Department of Justice Changes Stance on Transgender Protections In a controversial move, Attorney General Jeff Sessions announced that transgender individuals will no…

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