Employee Benefits Articles

The ACA, Time & Attendance and Part-Timers

Employee Benefits
Human Resources
Employee Policies
Taxes and Regulations

Feb 01, 2014

Target Corp. recently announced that, starting on April 1, 2014, it will no longer offer health coverage to part-time employees. Other employers with significant part-time employee populations need to make a similar assessment.

The benefits of an HR information system

Employee Benefits
Employee Recruiting

Feb 01, 2012

A human resources information system is comprised of a database or series of databases that allow companies to track information about current and former workers, as well as prospective employees.

The duties of a benefits administrator

Employee Benefits

Jan 12, 2012

Benefits administration is a crucial part of many companies.

Small business employee recruiting looking up for 2012

Employee Benefits
Employee Recruiting

Jan 06, 2012

Small businesses have an employee recruiting advantage, according to Business Insider.

2012 set to outpace 2011's employee recruiting figures

Employee Benefits
Employee Recruiting

Jan 03, 2012

The 2012 employee recruiting landscape is expected to be similar to 2011, according to CareerBuilder's annual job forecast, which found nearly one-quarter (23 percent) of surveyed hiring managers anticipating the hiring of workers this year.

Employee recruiting for small businesses

Employee Benefits
Employee Recruiting

Dec 06, 2011

Small businesses looking to improve their employee recruiting success rates should address several key areas, according to business writer Susan Ward.

Study: Salary, benefit offerings mar small business employee recruiting success

Employee Benefits
Employee Recruiting

Dec 01, 2011

A recent study by global professional recruiting group Hays revealed that less competitive salaries and benefits packages are reducing the success of small business' employee recruiting efforts.

Green Bay city council approves benefits extension

Employee Benefits
Human Resources

Mar 25, 2011

The city council in Green Bay, Wisconsin, reached an agreement with public employees to extend their current benefits package, the Green Bay Press Gazette reports.

Californians believe public employees' benefits are too generous

Employee Benefits
Human Resources

Mar 21, 2011

A greater number of California residents believe the employee benefits packages for public workers are too high, according to a recent survey by the University of California-Berkeley.

Georgia city to review all payroll, benefits policies

Employee Benefits
Human Resources

Mar 21, 2011

Officials in Gwinnett, Georgia, have agreed to move ahead with a complete audit of the city's payroll and employee benefits policies, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports.



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