Are You Ready For 2019 ACA Reporting?

December 17, 2018 You may have heard the recent announcement that the IRS extended the deadline for 2018 for employers to distribute Form 1095-C, or the Employer-Provided Health Insurance Offer and Coverage Form, from January 31st to March 4th, 2019.  This dictum reinforces the message that the IRS continues to mandate ACA reporting requirements for […]

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IRS-issued FAQs to Paid-Leave Tax Credit

December 5, 2018 Back on May 4th, the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) issued and posted a set of frequently asked questions regarding the employer tax credit through Section 45S under the 2017 Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, which applies to wages paid to employees between Jan. 1st of this year through December 31, 2019 and […]

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Employment Laws Every Growing Organization Should Know About

December 4, 2018 Written by the HR Pros Periods of growth are particularly exciting for small and midsize businesses, but they also bring new HR challenges. Along with adding employees—which may change the feel of your culture as well as your floorplan—your organization may become subject to federal and state laws that take effect once […]

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Making The Case For Continuous Background Checks

November 26, 2018 The July announcement from Uber of running continuous background checks for its workforce of drivers is triggering other companies to consider the same. Based on the onslaught of negative press that Uber and other on-demand car riding services have received in terms of misconduct, it makes perfect sense that they would pursue […]

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Are Your Managers Uncomfortable Communicating with Employees? Here’s How To Help Them

November 13, 2018 Written by the HR Pros Here’s a startling statistic: Nearly 70% of managers are uncomfortable communicating with their employees. That number comes from a Harris Poll conducted on behalf of Interact, and it indicates that managers may at times shy away from doing basic management duties. If uncomfortable managers avoid giving feedback, […]

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Ways To Optimize Team Performance At Your Company

November 12, 2018 If you are in HR or are a company owner, you are familiar with the ongoing struggle to keep your employees engaged. . .it’s real! Companies spend inordinate amounts of time and money to try to achieve this lofty goal, but a recent study called “Measuring the Benefits of Employee Engagement” from […]

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New Family Savings Act: What You Need to Know

November 2, 2018 By now, you’ve probably heard that the House of Representatives voted to approve the Family Savings Act (H.R. 6757) in September, which would alleviate some of the compliance restrictions imposed on employer-sponsored retirement plans with the goal of boosting retirement savings for employees and simplifying defined-contribution rules. The bill was introduced in […]

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Identifying and Helping Disgruntled Employees

October 31, 2018 To be clear, Britney Spears’ mental health breakdown in 2007 was and remains no laughing matter. Her behavior had become increasingly erratic, culminating in the infamous head-shaving moment, though she continued a downward spiral for months afterward. It’s considered one of the biggest public meltdowns in pop culture history. What can this […]

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Stuff of Nightmares: HR Horror Stories

October 26, 2018 In the spirit of Halloween, we’ve gathered some HR Horror Stories from a few clients who have had their fair share of shocking experiences, and for those reasons, have kept them anonymous. Unfortunately, Netchex can’t solve problems like these for you. But we can guarantee a top-notch HCM experience. All of our […]

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