Performance reviews—whether conducted annually, quarterly, or on some other schedule—are an effective way to ensure employees understand how their performance aligns with expectations.
Managers are always in the position to give feedback to their direct reports, but they also need to receive feedback in performance reviews. When done well, performance reviews can help managers at all levels improve performance and earn recognition for their accomplishments.
Though you probably offer a combination of constructive feedback and coaching to employees, there may still be instances when performance falls below expectations and requires formal follow-up. To help employees make desired improvements, a performance improvement plan (PIP) is a useful tool for communicating performance concerns and showing employees what they can do to address them.
Affordable Care Act (ACA) tracking is a must for employers, but what are the key components that go into completing the required annual IRS reports?
By understanding which elements to track—employee hours, benefits plan participation, and other information—and the best system for tracking them, you obtain the data you need to meet ACA reporting requirements and maintain your organization’s regulatory compliance.
The Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) has regulated employee overtime eligibility for decades. However, recent changes require a second look at how your organization classifies employees and calculates overtime pay.
An essential part of effective payroll management is periodically auditing your payroll policies and practices. Follow these critical steps to conduct a successful payroll audit and keep your payroll practices in top shape.
A unified workforce management system ties together all of the core elements of a talent management system, including payroll, scheduling, leave management, time and attendance, and other essential HR services.
When all of these pieces are pulled together in one centralized platform, you can improve efficiency, do more with workforce data, and provide a positive employee experience.
For busy HR and payroll professionals, every month of the year brings new deliverables, and there are specific payroll and tax filing deadlines you just can’t miss.
Whether you’ve been in Human Resources for 25 years or you’re just starting out your career, the HR field places high value on membership in associations. You’ll find them at the international level to regional levels. Why should you join a Human Resources association?
As an HR professional, you’re responsible for coordinating everything that comes along with human capital management (HCM), the set of policies and practices related to managing human resources. Successful human capital management relies on software solutions that allow you to streamline HCM and efficiently organize, measure, and report on employee data.