Let’s face it, there are a lot of social networks out there and more are popping up every day. For a small business owner, that can get a little intimidating. If only there was an easy way to start getting involved in each. One little thing or activity that could help spur a future of more engaged results and interaction.
Why not start right here?
Below are five ways to ease your way into five different social networks.
The U.S. Supreme Court, on March 26, 2012, the first day of three days set aside by the court to hear arguments on the constitutionality of President Barack Obama’s health care reform act, considered the little publicized yet crucial issue of whether the Anti-Injunction Act, a law passed in 1867, prevents the court from issuing a ruling in the lawsuit before it (Department of Health and Human Services v. Florida, No. 11-398).
Mismanaged supply chain decisions sent manufacturing overseas. But the industry has changed direction.
Here are summaries of four pieces of legislation of which employer’s should take note:
The I-9 is a pain to fill out, especially for as many employees as staffing firms have, but the fines that can come from incorrect I-9 processes are a lot more painful. So we’ve all got to bring our A game for I-9s.
The fines for I-9 mishaps can range from a low of $110 per form for failing to comply with I-9 requirements or something called “document abuse” up to $6,500 per worker for committing or participating in document fraud, if it’s your third offense. And that’s all independent of whether or not the folks you hired are authorized to work in the U.S.
Because these fines are per worker or per form, as staffing companies, we need to keep a close eye on them and make sure our I-9 processes are accurate, consistent and executed flawlessly every time.
Here are some potential I-9 pitfalls and how to avoid them:
Does your workplace suffer from employees who are frequently late for work? If so, you aren't alone. A recent survey about reasons why employees are late to work, conducted by ...