As a business leader, your people are one of your most important assets. In our upcoming webinar we'll explore several high-impact strategies that will help you attract, develop, and retain high-performers.
Taylor Group is excited to announce an important addition to our growing team: Gary Schafer joined us as a Partner earlier this year.
On October 12th, President Trump signed a new Executive Order on health care. With Open Enrollment beginning in only a few weeks on November 1st , many people are worried about what that means for their coverage in the near future. We know that sudden changes can be nerve-wracking, but there is no need to panic. Here is what you need to know.
Filed Under: Affordable Care Act, ACA, Healthcare, hr, hr services, health insurance, employee health, hra, obamacare, health care, Trump, executive order, President Trump, AHCA, American Health Care Act
In September we were focused on security, whether than meant protecting data from hackers or maintaining a safe, comfortable work environment for employees. From coverage to caring, here is what we learned about looking after what matters to you.
Filed Under: Human Resources, Employee Benefits, hr, Workers Compensation, hiring policy, hiring, hiring process, hiring practices, benefits, Entrepreneur, Reading Round-Up, SHRM, job search, equal pay, Namely, soft skills, workers comp, sexual harassment, Al Capone Theory
We’ve talked about it before, and we’ll likely talk about it again: cyber crime is on the rise. As technology and out relationship with it evolves, so does the threat of a breach. Even if you feel confident about your protections, there may be a chink in your armor, so it’s important to ask: are you fully covered?
Do you remember when every business owner was freaked out about the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) only to be left wondering if all of those changes were for naught? It’s been a wild ride, and the Department of Labor (DOL) is at it again. Here is your refresher course so you can get back in the saddle.
The days are getting cooler and pumpkin spice everything is back on the menu, so you know what that means: it’s Open Enrollment season. Now is the time of year when employees have to look back on how their needs have changed so that they can select their benefits options for the year ahead. What should be a time of value assessment and growth often becomes more of a headache than anything else. Here is what you need to do to ensure that Open Enrollment runs smoothly for you and your team.
This time of year has everyone looking forward, excited to take on new projects and learning opportunities regardless of the last time they were in a classroom. Here are some things we learned that have us thinking about ways to grow.
Filed Under: Human Resources, hr, Workers Compensation, hiring policy, hiring, hiring process, hiring practices, Reading Round-Up, SHRM, job search, equal pay, Insurance Journal, Namely, soft skills, workers comp
As of January 1, 2018 New York will join three other states in offering paid family leave (PFL) that is funded by employee’s payroll taxes. The state of family leave in the United States has long been a hot topic—and for many, a sore spot—that is usually left up to the discretion of individual businesses. With state investment in leave trending upward, here is what you need to know.
Filed Under: Employee Benefits, PTO, hr, hr policies, maternity leave, paid maternity leave, paid leave, paid time off, maternity leave policy, paid maternity, hr services, compliance, eb, new york state, paid family leave, family leave, new york, ny, PFL, state regulations
As the world becomes more connected, work no longer needs to be done in an office to be done right. According to a 2016 poll by Gallup, 43% of Americans work remotely at least some of the time, and that number is only likely to grow. Here is what you need to know to make long-distance work go the distance for you.