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  • I need some help. I currently started working for a small company with less than 60 employees and I found out that the employees have no official exempt or non exempt classification. I spoke to Payroll and they stated that everyone's pay is put in per hour but the managers know who is exempt or non exempt so no other discussion need to be had....

  • We also use JJ Keller and ordered both English and Spanish language posters due to the number of Spanish speakers we employ. We signed up for the 3 year subscription service as well. When I placed the order, they were offering special pricing for volume orders, so I ended up receiving the initial posters for free and paid a discounted rate for...

  • Thank you Carol- that was my thought as well, but I just needed the confirmation. He had listed his burglary charges on his application and I spoke with the parole officer because she was a reference he listed. The other information was given to me by other another manager (not involved in the hiring process). We don't have a lot of policies and...

  • 40 hrs/per week is still considered FT for OT purposes. But, for ACA purposes it's 30 hrs/per week. 2014 was the year that all large employer (LE)were to supposed to track their employees' total hours worked. Worked hours includes any hour that's paid, i.e (reg/sick/vac/L&I/ED/hol/)...etc. if at the end of 2014, if employees worked an...

  • Hi Elizabeth, There are really two issues here - 1. how you define who gets benefits and 2. how you define the work/hours required for a job. We have aligned all our benefit policies to define full-time as 30 hours or more a week. However, how a benefit is administered is a separate issue from the expectations for any particular position....

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  • Last week I was talking with a journalist for a major magazine publication who has been assigned to write about HR. For this particular piece she's writing about the Fast Company article where Everyone Hates HR . It happens to be the 10 year anniversary...

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