Question: I just completed the I-9 with a new hire and realized I put down the wrong date. What do I do? Answer: When you find an error on an... The post Ask the Experts: Mistakes on I-9s appeared first on ThinkHR.
With the drastic rise in post-graduation student loan debt ($1.56 trillion total in 2019), more employers are jumping on the bandwagon of offering student loan repayment benefits to attract top... The post Considering a Student Loan Repayment Benefit? Ask Yourself These Questions appeared first on ThinkHR.
March Madness is upon us, and there is no avoiding it. Selection Sunday, when the NCAA Division 1 Men’s Basketball Committee announces which 68 teams made the 2020 tournament, is... The post March Madness 2020: The Ball is in Your Court appeared first on ThinkHR.
Among the challenges employers face when trying to prevent discrimination is that it’s not always crystal clear to managers and employees that certain behaviors would qualify as discrimination. Below we... The post 3 Forms of Harassment or Discrimination You May be Ignoring appeared first on ThinkHR.
We’ve all seen it — an employee has a bad cold, maybe even the flu, but they come to work anyway. In some cases, the employee has the option of... The post Why Paid Sick Leave Is Becoming More Popular appeared first on ThinkHR.
Question: An employee says they’re sick, but I’m understaffed for the shift. Can I make them come into work or discipline them if they do not? Answer: We would not... The post Ask the Experts: Can I Make a Sick Employee Come in to Work? appeared first on ThinkHR.