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Due to COVID-19, 67 percent of companies expect working from home to be permanent, if not long-lasting. For many businesses, working remotely has helped reduce the spread of COVID-19. And over time, these businesses have also found that working remotely has benefitted both employees (with...

How to Protect Your Business & Support Your Employees During the Pandemic No matter the size or type of business, every organization has had to make changes and adjustments to the way they do business and manage their workforce. Businesses that have relied heavily on employee...

Everyone makes mistakes, but when errors are made by human resources, it can have a significant impact on the entire business. That’s why it’s important to be proactive, organized, and maintain compliance to avoid mistakes that can affect company culture and morale and increase the...

In trying to keep overhead costs low, small business owners often take on the HR role or task an existing employee (who may not be experienced in HR) to manage the HR function. Two problems can arise: one is not having the expertise to manage...

Millennials are the largest generation in the workforce, having recently passed both Baby Boomers and Generation X. By 2025, millennials will make up 75% of the global workforce. Unlike previous generations however, millennials continue to mystify HR departments and managers at all levels as their...

A professional employer organization (PEO) could give your organization the competitive edge you need to leap to the top of your industry. A PEO is able to take care of tedious issues like payroll and payroll tax filings, all while helping to keep you fully...

Jim Valenzuela, Phoenix-based executive and former CEO of a national HR solutions provider acquired by Paychex, launches OROhr, a full-service provider of payroll, benefits, and HR services and solutions. OROhr’s solutions are designed to allow businesses to process payroll, comply with regulations, and focus on business...