Now that 2018 is in full swing, we are back to keeping up with the latest news and trends in HR. Here are some of the stories that have caught our eye this month. Employers Starting to Use Apps for Payday Sometimes, waiting for payday can feel like an eternity. And fo r many people who…

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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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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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September was a busy month for human resources, between new laws taking effect and a number of major court decisions and major weather events affecting employers and the way they do business. Keep reading to learn more about these changes and how they may affect you. New I-9 Forms in Effect As of September 18,…

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Over the last few months, a number of state courts have made rulings that have profound implications for HR professionals. While many of these rulings are state specific, most are bound to eventually be far-reaching and require changes to policies. From scheduling employees to dealing with medical marijuana, these are the issues you need to…

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