Read more about the article How a Biden Administration Might Impact HR and the Workplace
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How a Biden Administration Might Impact HR and the Workplace

  Each presidential transition brings changes to the Human Capital Management landscape. When President Donald Trump took office in 2016, he overturned or revised many of his predecessor’s federal regulations, a common trend between administrations of opposing parties. It is also something likely to continue under President-elect Joe Biden. With any legislative change—regardless of intent or outcome—employers must adapt quickly or risk penalties. This can mean redrafting internal policies, recategorizing workers, changing organizational priorities, rewriting employee handbooks, and any other HR responsibility.…

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Read more about the article The Professional Employer Organization – The Good, Bad and The Alternative
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The Professional Employer Organization – The Good, Bad and The Alternative

Sometimes companies have trouble meeting their human resources needs, especially while also trying to increase profits. To assist in this area, many companies hire professional employer organizations (PEOs). If you hire a PEO, your employees are no longer fall under your tax ID number; they assumed to be employees of the PEO. You will also delegate  HR responsibilities to the PEO. Though the company officially hires its employees, the PEO handles payroll, benefits administration, workers' compensation, medical insurance, and retirement accounts. Then,…

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