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15 jobs getting the biggest raises in 2024

Employee Benefit News

Resume Genius analyzed reports from the Bureau of Labor Statistics to predict which workers will see the highest raises in 2024.

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How to Pay Employees: The Different Ways to Pay Your Employees

Patriot Software

How do you pay your employees? With checks? Direct deposit? Other? There are several ways to pay employees, especially as money continues to move into the digital sphere. If you want to know how to pay employees, take a look at these ways to pay your employees. And boy, do you have options.

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How to Create a Pay Stub for Employees?

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Creating accurate and professional pay stubs is an essential aspect of managing a business. A pay stub not only serves as a record of an employee’s earnings but also provides crucial information about deductions, taxes, and other financial details. In this guide, we will walk you through the step-by-step process of creating a pay stub for your employees, ensuring compliance with legal and financial requirements.

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Best states for an HRA

PeopleKeep

Health reimbursement arrangements (HRAs) have become increasingly popular among business owners as a cost-effective alternative to traditional group health insurance. With an HRA, employers can reimburse employees for their health insurance instead of buying them coverage.

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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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How ERGs can influence your benefit strategy

Employee Benefit News

Progyny's VP of people and head of DEI shares how employee resource groups have the potential to drive businesses forward

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Employee development: Why it matters and how to get started

Achievers

Every company wants a workforce where every employee has the skills and knowledge needed to thrive and achieve business goals. But even organizations that attract and retain the best talent available won’t have perfect alignment between employees’ capabilities and organizational requirements — especially as time goes on and new trends and opportunities emerge.

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States Request IRS Guidance on Taxability of Paid Family and Medical Leave Contributions, Benefits

PayrollOrg

The governors from nine states wrote a letter to the IRS Commissioner asking for guidance regarding the federal tax treatment of premiums and benefits under state paid family and medical leave programs.

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Make employee wellbeing a continuing conversation

Employee Benefits

Time To Talk Day takes place in many workplaces across the UK at this time of the year. It’s billed as the nation’s biggest conversation about mental health. However, if all you do is pay lip service as it hits the calendar and talk for one day, there’s little value. So how do you turn it into a conversation that lasts? Create an open culture Recognising that employees are people and not simply workers and understanding how they are feeling is one of the most fundamental aspects of running a bus

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What is the Affordable Care Act (ACA)?

PeopleKeep

Before 2010, securing health insurance coverage as an individual in the U.S. was challenging. Expensive premiums, costly out-of-pocket expenses, pre-existing condition restrictions, and limited plan options left 46.5 million Americans without health insurance 1. These complications impacted the individual market, as well as employers who were considering offering health benefits at their organizations.

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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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Understand, identify, and address nepotism at work

Business Management Daily

There has been a lot of talk over the past year about nepotism and “nepo babies” in the entertainment industry. Whether it be an actress from a famous family or a model following in her mother’s footsteps, Hollywood is filled with these so-called “nepo babies”. Some are genuinely very talented and have proved that they are stars in their own right, while others may fall a bit flat and it can feel like nepotism may be taking away opportunities from more qualified or hard-working individuals.

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Compliance TV: DOL Issues Final FLSA Worker Classification Rule; DOL, IRS Issue Guidance on New Emergency Savings Accounts; and more

PayrollOrg

In this February 2024 edition of Compliance TV: DOL issues final FLSA Worker Classification Rule; DOL, IRS issue guidance on new Emergency Savings Accounts; and more.

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20% of employees want better reward, incentives or recognition

Employee Benefits

One-fifth (20%) of employees looking for a new job want better reward, incentives or recognition from their employer, according to research by gift cards, incentives and payments provider Blackhawk Network. Its survey of 1,000 UK employees also found that 23% of respondents wanted improved benefits options from their employers, 80% would feel more valued for their work when receiving rewards from their employer, and 67% wanted to receive recognition for positive contributions at least monthly or

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Employee Experience vs Employee Engagement: Know the Difference

Vantage Circle

You must be familiar with the concepts of employee experience and employee engagement. There is a higher possibility that you consider both the same and may have used it interchangeably. But do you know that they are two different concepts? They may have some interconnection, but they focus on different aspects. This blog will take you through a venture that will clarify your confusion about these two concepts.

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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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DOL Announces Final Ruling on Classifying Independent Contractors

BerniePortal

The FLSA 2021 IC rule defined “employer” and “employee”, but failed to provide clear definitions of independent contractors and employer-employee relationships. In Rutherford Food Corp v. McComb , the Supreme Court recognized that “there is in the [FLSA] no definition that solves problems as to the limits of the employer-employee relationship under the Act.

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IRS Issues QuickAlert on FIRE System Error Message

PayrollOrg

The IRS issued a QuickAlert to tell users how to deal with troubles logging into the Filing Information Returns Electronically (FIRE) system.

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What role does private medical insurance play in today’s benefits packages?

Employee Benefits

Need to know: Employers want to provide private medical insurance (PMI), even if it means reducing cover. More want to offer at least a measure of benefit to the whole workforce. Low-cost schemes with major exclusions are popular. Private medical insurance (PMI), which covers curable short-term medical conditions, has never been more popular in the workplace.

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Microsoft Layoffs Ensue: The Trend of Job Cuts Persists Into 2024

HR Digest

Taking the fun out of gaming, announcements about Microsoft layoff plans are now making the rounds, with the company narrowing down on their Xbox, ZeniMax, and Activision Blizzard employees this time. According to reports, Microsoft is planning to lay off 1900 employees from its 22,000-strong gaming workforce to better align themselves with their strategy to support their growing business.

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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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Invest in offboarding strategies to minimize layoff trauma

Employee Benefit News

A leadership and development executive explains why offboarding employees can be just as painless as onboarding them, and potentially beneficial for all.

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Workplace design and the corrective force of rediscovery

Workplace Insight

It has become something of a preoccupation of mine to consider why so many of the conversations we hold about workplace design are largely about the rediscovery of old ideas. It may be because there are constants about how people interact with their surroundings and each other and the truisms underlying those interactions. Although these are often reframed by the amount of data we now have to support them, some things never change.

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70% of employers have global minimum standard for benefits

Employee Benefits

Almost three-quarters (70%) of employers have a global minimum standard for their employee benefits, according to research by global advisory firm Willis Towers Watson (WTW). Its Priorities for employee benefits: a global HQ perspective survey found this figure was almost double the 36% of respondents which said they have a global minimum standard in 2019.

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How to manage negative employees and turn their behavior around

Business Management Daily

On the surface, Loretta looks like an ideal employee. She consistently gets her work done correctly and on time, sometimes even taking on additional assignments during busy seasons. She’s rarely late, dresses professionally, maintains good hygiene, and bakes a dreamy banana bread for the monthly potluck breakfast. Why, then, do team members often try to stay away from Loretta?

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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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Surviving The Storm: How to Deal With a Narcissist at Work

HR Digest

It would be nice if we could say that narcissistic coworkers were a rare breed, few and far between, but unfortunately dealing with a narcissist at work is something that may have had to come to terms with. Learning how to deal with a narcissist at work takes considerable time and energy, but if it allows you to maintain your peace at work and get your tasks done without interference or interruption, it seems worth investing the energy to figure it out.

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Employee Recognition Badges for Digital Recognition: Ideas & Examples

Vantage Circle

Employee recognition is vital for boosting morale, engagement, and retention in any organization. Employee Recognition Badges for Digital Recognition provide a visible, shareable way to acknowledge contributions, milestones, wins, values, and more. In this blog post, we’ll explore ideas and examples of using digital badges for employee recognition programs.

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41% of employers have a dedicated carer’s leave policy

Employee Benefits

Employee Benefits poll: Two-fifths (41%) of organisations have a dedicated carer’s leave policy , according to a survey of Employee Benefits readers. Almost one-third (31%) of respondents said that they do not have a dedicated carer’s leave policy, with 28% stating that they do not have one but are planning on implementing one in the future. Earlier this month, employee benefits provider Unum UK enhanced its carer’s leave policy in order to further support its employees with caring responsibilit

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7 scenarios for applying inversion thinking to healthcare challenges

Employee Benefit News

Placing thoughts in reverse forces advisers to consider avoiding failure to highlight their best paths toward client success.

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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.