Each of the 5 Cs of onboarding refers to an important subject a new hire must learn. Let’s run through each of the 5 Cs together.
Every month we break down all of the upcoming federal, state, and local regulatory changes related to Human Resources (HR) and labor topics. Check out the latest about remote employee I-9 e-verification, and 5 states update HR regulations (Colorado, Illinois, New Mexico, Virginia, Washington).
Trying to quantify onboarding? I’d like to introduce you to a new way to think about human capital expenses: unproductive compensation.
What should you do if you think an employee might be sick with COVID-19? Here’s how to take care of the person, protect others, and minimize further infection.
From “all aboard!” to “huh?”—poor onboarding procedures have a real financial impact on employers. Here’s what you lose when new hires feel unprepared. In the old days, before a ship or train would depart the dock or station, a conductor, captain, or some other official with a handlebar mustache would yell, “all aboard!” Apart from setting the […]
Although the coronavirus is ongoing, employers need to be aware of other regulatory changes taking effect outside of the pandemic. Employers in Toledo, Ohio and Dallas, Texas, should be aware of employment regulations.
During the coronavirus crisis, some states are extending expiration of driver’s licenses, and those licenses may be used as List B documents for Form I-9.
Do you know how to clean and disinfect surfaces the CDC way? Test your Coronavirus-busting knowledge with this quiz from KPA.
[Updated 12/10/20] Regulatory updates for employers to be aware of in Arizona, Colorado, Idaho, Montana, Nevada, New Mexico, and Utah.