Question We’ll be reopening our office this summer and may celebrate the occasion with an outdoor “welcome back” party for employees. We’d be sure to follow social distancing guidelines. Would... The post Are we required to pay employees who attend a “welcome back” party? appeared first on ThinkHR.
On May 10, 2021, the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) released Revenue Procedure 2021-25 announcing the annual inflation-adjusted limits for health savings accounts (HSAs) for calendar year 2022. An HSA is... The post IRS Announces HSA Limits for 2022 appeared first on ThinkHR.
Question What are the penalties and costs for misclassifying employees? Answer The answer will depend on a number of factors, such as how many employees are misclassified, how much extra... The post What are the penalties and costs for misclassifying employees? appeared first on ThinkHR.
The exit interview is a conversation with a departing employee about their time at the company and the reason for their departure. It’s completely optional, but some employers conduct them... The post How Conducting Exit Interviews Can Help You Increase Retention appeared first on ThinkHR.
Our Senior Editor, Lisa DeShantz-Cook, has a piece in Quartz explaining why employees experiencing menopause need support. It was featured by the Editors at LinkedIn News. Read it here. The post Talking About Menopause in the Workplace appeared first on ThinkHR.
If you’re finding it difficult to hire employees, you’re not alone. Bloomberg reports that many small businesses are struggling to find people who currently want to work—in fact, 42% say they have... The post Businesses are struggling to hire—Here’s what they can do about it appeared first on ThinkHR.
Earlier this month, our CEO, Nathan Christensen, joined Ben Eubanks and the HR Tech Talk podcast to discuss the state of HR and compliance for small and midsize businesses. The... The post Compliance Challenges? You’re Not Alone! appeared first on ThinkHR.