DeAndre' Harris, Associate and Jonathan Kok, Partner – Warner Norcross + Judd
Wednesday, March 21, 2018
Managing individuals is tough, especially if they are family members or from a different generation. Managers are bound to run into situations that they feel ill-equipped to handle, which leads to mistakes that can cost the organization in time, talent, money, and reputation.
A neighbor recommends a great nanny who is available to help with child care. But before entering an arrangement with the nanny or other household employee, it is important to take a few added steps to ensure the best decision.
Diversity of perspectives, experiences, cultures, genders and age is essential to any U.S. organization’s success today. It’s that collection of differences that pushes a company’s ability to innovate and grow in a fast-paced, competitive environment.
Despite highly publicized handwringing over geopolitical uncertainty, corporate misbehavior, and the job-killing potential of artificial intelligence, the 21st CEO Survey reveals surprising faith and optimism among chief executives in the economic and business environment worldwide.
Until recently, many families filled key governance roles associated with their trust and estate planning with trusted friends, colleagues, or advisors who were flattered to be asked and honored to serve.
Workplace harassment costs employers millions of dollars every year through poor employee morale, higher absenteeism, reduced productivity and costly settlements and lawsuits. Employers need to create the right culture, supported by appropriate policies and training.
Now that the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act is law, it is helpful to have a checklist for determining how tax reform changes your employee benefit programs and a chart outlining the key benefit plan limits for 2018.