On May 20, 2020, the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) released Revenue Procedure 2020-32 announcing the annual inflation-adjusted limits for health savings accounts (HSAs) for calendar year 2021. An HSA is... The post IRS Announces HSA Limits for 2021 appeared first on ThinkHR.
Are you working from home with kids? My recommendations after some time coworking with our 10, 8, and 6-year old: Let go of the conventional wisdom of keeping the “normal”... The post Three tips for working from home with kids appeared first on ThinkHR.
Question: Can we deny an employee’s use of accrued vacation time? Answer: Yes, the decision to approve or deny the use of accrued vacation time is up to you, assuming... The post Ask the Advisor: Can we deny an employee’s use of accrued vacation time? appeared first on ThinkHR.
We’re seeing employee disengagement happen in the workplace as a result of COVID-19. Training, when done right, can re-engage employees. ThinkHR shows you how this can work. Employees are disengaged... The post Re-engage Employees Through Learning appeared first on ThinkHR.
The recruiting and hiring process is supposed to select the best candidates while deterring unqualified job seekers from applying or advancing. All too often, however, the process creates obstacles or... The post How to Increase Diversity in Your Recruiting and Hiring Process appeared first on ThinkHR.
Question: Does “at-will employment” mean we can terminate without risk? Answer: No, termination always comes with some risk, even when the employment is at-will. While at-will employment allows either you... The post Ask the Advisor: Does “at-will employment” mean we can terminate without risk? appeared first on ThinkHR.
Yes, but there’s a right way to do it and a wrong way to do it. In most circumstances, employers shouldn’t ask about an employee’s symptoms, as that could be... The post Given COVID-19, if an employee is out of the office due to sickness, can we ask them about their symptoms? appeared first on […]