OSHA Announces Final Rule on Electronic Reporting

OSHA recently implemented its final rule on electronic reporting of injury and illnesses. Businesses in specific industries or with 250 or more employees are required to report their injuries and illnesses directly via OSHA’s electronic portal for 2017. To determine if your establishment’s industry is required to submit electronically, you can go to the OSHA […]

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IRS Issues New Tables for 2018 Tax Withholding

Starting February 15, 2018, employers must use new tables to...
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3 Reasons Employees Fail To Report Workplace Hazards

In order to ensure a safe and healthy workplace, organizations...
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10 Common ADA Mistakes to Avoid

The ADA Amendments Act of 2008 broadened the definition of...
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Using the 10 Most Frequent OSHA Violations to Improve Safety

Every year OSHA releases the top 10 most frequently cited...
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5 Ways to Prevent Workplace Harassment

Harassment is a form of employment discrimination that may violate...
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3 Ways to be More Proactive in Your Candidate Search

Finding good candidates for open positions can sometimes feel like a black hole. You post a job and wait, and wait, but the right type of candidates apply. You’re probably thinking, there has to be a better way.  The good news is there is! Here are some tips to help you find the right candidate […]

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Is Your State Next to Offer Mandatory Paid Family Leave?

With a new year comes new changes to employment laws...
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A Plus Benefits is Now Helpside

For the past ten months, we have been engaged in...
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House and Senate Pass Tax Reform Bill

On Dec. 20, 2017, the tax reform bill, called the...
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