Tag Archives: HR

Job Descriptions – Why they are important

Why as an Employer I Should Re-evaluate my Job Descriptions, Right Now. While there is no state or federal law requiring a job description, they serve as a tool to protect employers. Without a job description, employers can leave themselves open for legal repercussions in the event of having to terminate someone unable to perform … Continue reading Job Descriptions – Why they are important

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Outsourcing Questionaire

Why My HR Professionals?   At My HR Professionals, we understand as an employer you have thousands of options with whom to outsource your business. We also understand that there are some great companies out there that have great services to offer. Below is a guide to help assist in evaluating the options you have … Continue reading Outsourcing Questionaire

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Advantages of small to medium size businesses outsourcing Payroll.

The first question I advise clients to ask themselves is, why did you go into business in the first place?  While I’ve received a number of various answers, none have ever said they did so to handle payroll or compliance issues. That is the first sign that outsourcing may be a good fit. When comparing … Continue reading Advantages of small to medium size businesses outsourcing Payroll.

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Resources for the FLSA Overtime Rule

Everything HR professionals need to know about the FLSA overtime exemption rule. The Department of Labor filed a motion for an expedited briefing of its appeal of a federal judge’s decision to put the brakes on the federal overtime rule, but that shouldn’t affect what companies do at this point. A federal judge in Texas put the brakes on the … Continue reading Resources for the FLSA Overtime Rule

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Effective December 1st 2016

source: http://topics.hrhero.com/exempt-vs-non-exempt-employees/# Exempt vs Non-exempt Employees Most workers are classified as either exempt or non-exempt depending on their salary and the type of work they do. The federal Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) requires that in addition to paying at least the minimum wage employers also must pay overtime to employees who work more than … Continue reading Effective December 1st 2016

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