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4 important payroll issues to keep an eye on in 2023

Business Management Daily

We wish we had a crystal ball, but we don’t. Nevertheless, 2023 is looking like another challenging year for Payroll as we get a few insights into what to expect. Here are five items we see coming this year. Final e-filing regs. The IRS punted on its final regulations , dropping the mandatory e-filing threshold for information returns for 2021 and 2022 W-2s, 1099s, and 1095s.

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3 ways to supercharge recruitment and retention through benefits

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Financial Stress in 2023: 3 Problems Facing Your Workforce

Best Money Moves

Financial Stress in 2023: 3 Problems Facing Your Workforce. 2023 is shaping up to be a tough financial year. Keep an eye out for these 3 major causes of financial stress among your employees. Average savings decreased by 15% in 2022, according to Northwestern Mutual’s 2022 Planning & Progress Study. What’s more, data from the same study confirms that over half of U.S. adults feel somewhat or very anxious about their financial situation. .

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How to help your employees cope with the January blues

Employee Benefits

As we approach the third Monday of January, supposedly we will also reach the most depressing day of the year. Dubbed “Blue Monday”, the 16th of January is the day that the new year reality hits us: we’re all freezing, broke and annoyed that our new year’s resolutions haven’t lasted the month. However, after the excitement and busyness of the Christmas period, it is completely natural for us to feel a little down in one of the gloomiest months of the year.

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The Ultimate Performance Review Checklist

Performance reviews are a proactive way to engage with your employees, provide clear communication about expectations, and acknowledge them for their hard work. But getting the right framework and creating consistency across your organization can be tricky. We put together this checklist to help you evaluate your current performance review process and equip managers with the right tools to perform individual assessments.

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Benefits that help employees fight inflation

Employee Benefit News

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The Top 10 Bizarre Workers’ Comp Cases for 2022

The Workcomp Writer

Copyright 2023. Thomas A. Robinson. All rights reserved. As I have noted early each January for many, many years now, prior to the death of my mentor and friend, Dr. Arthur Larson, the original author of the oft-cited Larson treatises in workers’ compensation law (and in employment discrimination law, as well), Arthur and I began a quirky—though humorous—New Year’s tradition.

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HOW TO CREATE THE COMPLETE EMPLOYEE WELLBEING OFFERING

Employee Benefits

Let’s get your 2023 wellbeing offering off the ground! We wrapped up 2022 with a review of what the businesses that made it onto the year’s top employer’s lists did to secure their spots. Whilst there was a strong focus on career development and social value, wellbeing initiatives and employee benefits were the underpinning theme. In this blog, we take a look at: employee awareness & feedback, cost-effective wellbeing benefits, salary sacrifice schemes, and mental wellbeing.

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2023 HR Trends: A Look Ahead

HR Digest

As the world continues to evolve at a rapid pace, HR trends in 2023 are expected to follow suit. From the incorporation of technology to shifts in company culture, HR professionals and thought leaders are keeping a close eye on what the future holds for the industry. One of the biggest global HR trends for 2023 is the increasing importance of diversity, equity, and inclusion.

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Teamwork Skills for Thriving at Any Job

BetterUp

Jump to section. What are teamwork skills? Why teamwork matters. How to improve your teamwork skills. Life is a team sport. Throughout your life, you’ve probably been a part of many teams. Some of these experiences were likely better than others because of how the team functioned. Maybe your office softball team supported everyones’ strengths and was unstoppable on the field, but in the office, you were assigned group work with a team that struggled to delegate tasks and accept constructive feed

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Want To Enhance Your Total Rewards To Achieve Organizational Success? Start Here.

Are you looking for ways to enhance your employee value proposition? Gallagher Better Works SM Insights has got you covered! Dive into the latest magazine issue and discover how flexibility, equity, recognition and strategically applied resources can improve your total rewards package. Download the PDF to learn more about: Building retirement benefits for a global and mobile workforce Promoting employee and organizational growth through succession planning Empowering women in leadership through

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Financial Wellness: The Missing Piece of Your DEI Strategy

Best Money Moves

Financial Wellness: The missing piece of your DEI strategy. Financial wellness could be the key benefit that your DEI initiative is missing. Here’s what to consider. . Organizations are constantly trying to improve diversity. But while progress has been made, many workplaces are still a long way from achieving true equity. . The median wealth for white households is $187,300, according to data released by the U.S.

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Hootsuite uses feedback from LGBTQIA+ employees to inform its benefits package

Employee Benefits

Social media management organisation Hootsuite, which employs around 1,000 people, has implemented a range of lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans, queer, intersex, asexual and more (LGBTQIA+)-friendly initiatives. These include a restructuring of employee benefits, with increased coverage for mental health, fertility treatment, and gender affirmation surgeries, and the establishment of a diversity, equity and inclusion (DE&I) council, comprising employees and allies from diverse groups, to promote

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Busting Ageism: A Guide to Finding Jobs You Can Do at 50 and Above

HR Digest

Ageism in the workplace is a reprehensible and unjust reality for many people over 50. They are often judged and dismissed based on their age, rather than their qualifications and abilities. Society tells us that with age comes wisdom, yet in the workplace, it seems to be a hindrance rather than an asset. It is disheartening that individuals who have spent their entire lives working and contributing to society, are now facing the unfair discrimination and marginalization.

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How the 21st Century office was born in post war Europe

Workplace Insight

There was a curious addition to a 2016 report on the Top 10 Technologies Driving the Digital Workplace from tech researchers Gartner. It wasn’t a technology at all but rather a slightly obscure office design concept that originated in Hamburg in the late 1950s, but which tells us a lot about how we work in the 21st Century office, according to Gartner.

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How to Build the Ideal HR Team

HR doesn’t exist in a vacuum. This work impacts everyone: from the C-Suite to your newest hire. It also drives results. Learn how to make it all happen in Paycor’s latest guide.

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Employee Recognition: Your guide to Boosting Morale

BetterUp

You know your team is exceptional. After all, you see them working hard for your company every day. But when you’re managing a small staff or running a business, there are a lot of things that demand your attention. Sometimes, that means employee recognition efforts fall by the wayside.

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55% of UK staff want more reward and recognition investment

Employee Benefits

More than half (55%) of UK employees want their employer to increase its investment in employee reward and recognition, according to reseerch by employee engagement platform Reward Gateway. Its 2023 Employee engagement trends report, which surveyed more than 3,000 employees across four global regions, also found that more than half of UK respondents frequently experience stress at work.

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From Genius to Digital Nomad: A Look at the Evolution of Creative Job Titles

HR Digest

In today’s rapidly changing job market , companies are struggling to find the right words to describe new and emerging roles, leading to the invention of creative job titles. From “Growth Hacker” to “Data Scientist” and “Remote Worker,” these new titles are not only reflective of the shifting job market but also companies’ efforts to stay competitive and attract top talent.

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Wellbeing and organisational agility will dominate workplace conversations in 2023

Workplace Insight

Mental health and wellbeing will dominate conversations about the role of work in people’s lives this year, due in part to the effects of the global pandemic, as well as social and economic instability around the world, according to the latest megatrends report from UKG. The report claims that many people are feeling overwhelmed in the face of negative news cycles headlining economic uncertainty, climate change, violence, and political unrest have contributed to a spike in mental wellbeing

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An HR Leaders Guide: 7 Questions To Ask When Developing Your Cancer Strategy

As HR and Benefits leaders are in the midst of evaluating cancer care solutions and designing their requirements for vendors, it’s key to know what questions to ask to ensure the development of a truly comprehensive strategy: from prevention to diagnosis to treatment to survivorship. Getting to the right answers starts with asking the right questions: How can better access improve engagement?

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The Best Attendance management software for the modern workplace

Qandle

The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics reports that on average, around 3% of a company’s staff is missing that day. As a result, businesses often function below their full potential and lose out on expansion prospects. There is a wide variety of causes for absences, including but not limited to illness, family emergencies, emotional strain, and planned trips away.

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The top 10 most-read articles between 6 January – 12 January 2023

Employee Benefits

The top 10 most-read articles on www.employeebenefits.co.uk between 6 January – 12 January 2023 were: Ann Summers reports 35.2% mean gender pay gap. Mastercard and Google rank among best workplaces for 2023. Halo Trust introduces employee engagement and happiness tool . Taylor Swift’s feline friend earns £81.6 million as animal influencer.

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Career Transition in a Recession: Knowing When to Quit Your Job

HR Digest

Are you feeling unfulfilled in your current job but unsure if it’s the right time to make a change? With the economy slowing down, it’s understandable to have reservations about quitting your job. But what if we told you that there’s a way to navigate the job market during a recession and still achieve your career goals? In this article, we’ll explore the advantages and disadvantages of quitting your job during a recession, and provide tips on how to make the best decisio

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Rising costs will oblige more companies to offer flexible working

Workplace Insight

Two thirds of UK businesses believe offering flexible working to their employees is crucial if they are to successfully retain and attract talent, according to a new report. Businesses don’t believe they cannot compete on salary alone and are instead offering flexibility to stay competitive. Over half (52 percent) of businesses have increased salaries to attract talented workers, but say wages rises can’t continue at the rate they have been going.

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6 Steps to a Better Compensation Strategy

Compensation is one of your biggest expenses as a business, but it is also your biggest investment in your people and your culture. A great compensation strategy can be an incredible asset that supports your business goals and lays a foundation of trust between your company and your employees. Whether you already have a compensation strategy in place or you’re building one from scratch, this guide will help you level up your approach through these 6 steps: 1.

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How to better support working parents at your organization

PeopleKeep

Working parents have always faced challenges in the workplace, such as maintaining a work-life balance , avoiding exhaustion, and sustaining career growth. As parents make up 40% of today's workforce 1 , employers who want to recruit and retain talented moms and dads must create parent-friendly policies to support them—both in and outside the office.

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King Charles hunts for high-flyer to join helicopter team

Employee Benefits

Something for the weekend: Recruitment efforts have taken flight for an operations officer to take a grounded role on King Charles’ helicopter flight team. The job, listed on the royal household website, is a permanent, full-time position at 37.5 hours per week, for £34,000 per year. This includes working flexibly to cover operations, as well as out of office hours.

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4 Top 2023 Employee Benefits

Best Money Moves

4 top 2023 employee benefits. Here are the trending employee benefits that companies are investing in for 2023, to help cope with financially stressful times. The International Monetary Fund estimates that 2023 will see global economic growth decline to only 2.7 percent in 2023. This is a significant drop from the 6.0 percent growth recorded in 2021, and the lowest since 2001. .

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Issue 13 of IN Magazine celebrates ten years of workplace insight

Workplace Insight

The new issue of In Magazine has now been published. It marks ten years of Workplace Insight with a few things we think we know about work, working culture and work places. Elsewhere in this issue: Stephanie Fitzgerald talks about the unspoken privilege of wellbeing; we consider the sprawl of the world’s megacities; Jo Knight argues that the office sector needs to really up its game on the environment; Rene Stevens makes the case for a strategic approach to learning environments; we weigh

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The Definitive Guide to Onboarding for 2024

Hiring a new employee is an expensive and time-consuming process. According to the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM), it typically costs $4,425 to hire a new employee — not to mention the 36 days the average team spends trying to fill a position. Yet nearly 1 in 5 employees (16%) of employees quit in their first week — and 17% leave after the first month.