As individuals progress in their careers, success becomes tied more to their ability to collaborate, engage, and mobilize others than on the individual skills and abilities that may have fueled early-career advancement.
So, you need to hire someone to work at your home—a housekeeper, a chef or a personal assistant. You have decided not to contract out these services to a local company, and your family office does not hire staff for you. It is up to you to fill this position.
In this month’s NewsFlash, we take a closer look at the Occupational and Safety Health Administration's (OSHA) new electronic injury tracking portal and the mandatory reporting requirements for covered employees.
Companies devote significant time and attention to managing underperforming employees. This often leaves top performers feeling neglected and unappreciated. In these situations, appropriate talent strategies must be utilized in order to prevent unnecessary turnover.
In this month’s Employment, Labor and Benefits NewsFlash, the topics include the Department of Labor’s (DOL) Reply Brief addressing the overtime regulations implemented last year and how it walks a fine line between defending its authority but not the Obama Overtime Rule.
In May 2017, the House of Representatives passed the American Health Care Act (AHCA). Although at this point it is just a bill and not the law, the House bill provides insights into what the future may hold for employer plans.
Seventy-seven percent of employees want voluntary benefits. But with so many options available in today's market, it's crucial to choose the right benefits, based on your employees' demographics, claims history, and expressed wants and needs.
We have all been the new person at some point or another—the new person on the block, the freshman at the big university, a manager in a new office. In such hard-to-navigate situations, training and communications are integral parts of the on-boarding process.