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    35 HR Statistics to Take with You to 2020

    When you make a decision that will impact your company's HR department, you're not only affecting the way you work, but how the entire staff will work. Whether you're looking to plan an employee networking event, preparing for performance reviews or even upgrading Core HR software, having information about the industry is paramount to making the ...
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    How to Create a Company Culture Your Employees Will Brag About

    Recruitment. Retention. Overall employee happiness. Your company culture is at the root of your biggest HR concerns. Company culture is what draws employees to a company, gets them to stay and keeps them happy and productive. And it is more than just about benefits; company culture is an all-around atmosphere where employees feel valued and ...
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    All About Payroll: How it Works and Why it Matters

    Payroll is arguably the most important function of your entire company. It accounts for and distributes the money owed to your employees, the government and insurance along with 401(k)s and flex spending accounts. And, let's face it, no matter how much your employees love their jobs and the company, they're not going to work without getting paid. ...
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    How to Make Your Next Construction Season the Most Efficient Yet

    The busy summer construction season is quickly winding down. Soon all outdoor work will come to a halt as the mercury drops. The good news is the industry is poised to pick up next spring nearly where it left off in 2019. The global construction outlook shows industry growth will start to taper off in 2020, but still exceed 2019; that leaves ...
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    Top OFCCP Violations and How to Avoid Them

    Infrastructure Improvement Initiative Infrastructure is a big deal. So big, in fact, that the federal government plans to spend $1.5 trillion on repairing and upgrading America’s infrastructure in the hopes of creating jobs, expanding communities and ensuring safety of the structures we depend on for daily life. The budget will be divided between ...
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    How to Prepare for an OFCCP Audit

    Being a federal contractor means enjoying excellent compensation and long contracts. Unfortunately, it also means following a lot of rules, with the chance of facing hefty fines if you don’t. The Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs (OFCCP) is the U.S. Department of Labor’s civil rights agency. Its goal is to evaluate and investigate the ...
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    Make Your Next Enrollment Period the Best One Yet

    The kids are back in school. There’s a chill in the air. The days are getting shorter. All these things can only mean one thing-it’s nearly open enrollment time. The annual open enrollment period is one of the most stressful times of the year for HR departments.
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