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Safety First- Lowering Your Experience Modification Rating

Worker’s Compensation is required for most employers in most states. It covers more than 140 million U.S. workers, over 94% of employees. The total cost to employers of workers’ compensation insurance is more than $95 billion annually. But the individual cost for workers’ compensation insurance for each employer is dependent on various variables.


Cultivating Employees’ Career Paths So Businesses Can Grow

Career development is often an understated perk that many candidates look for when hunting for their next job. Besides a comfortable salary, health benefits, and a decent number of vacation days, prospective employees want the assurance that they’ll not just survive at their next company, but actually thrive at it. As we discussed in our… Read more »

Posted on September 23, 2019 by Rick Rossignol


Creating a Dog-Friendly Workspace Doesn’t Have to be ‘Ruff’

As the working world has evolved, it’s no secret that priorities have shifted and what employees looked for in a workplace a decade ago is different from what they desire now. For example millennials, who make up just about one-third of the American workforce, tend to place great importance on work-life balance and career growth… Read more »


New EEO-1 Update Requires Employers to Provide Detailed Pay Data

The U.S. women’s national soccer team (USWNT) has been making worldwide headlines but not just for their historic FIFA Women’s World Cup win. Earlier this year, all 28 players filed a class-action lawsuit, claiming that they had been subject to gender pay discrimination.   Although it remains to be seen what will come of the… Read more »



6 Tips for Making a Remote Workforce Work for Employers

The idea of companies allowing their teams to work remotely is an issue that has come under the microscope in recent years. As employees look to gain personal freedom while companies seek to cut costs, the prospect of working remotely is beneficial for both parties. According to Up Work, nearly two-thirds of U.S. companies today… Read more »


All Aboard! How to Keep New Hires Chugging Along in the Onboarding Process

Business owners know that like fashion trends, their staff members can easily come and go. Quick turnovers happen for a variety of reasons – perhaps both the employer and employee made unrealistic promises, the job expectations weren’t made clear, or a more extreme cause; the new hire found the organization to be a toxic environment…. Read more »