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Digital nomads, the evolving force in Human Resource

October 19, 2018 in Education, HR, Time & Attendance
Digital Nomads

Digital nomads, they are everywhere. Well perhaps i am one of them? Whether it’d be sunbathing under the scorching sun of Bali, sitting in a bar under the bright lights of Tokyo, a cup of coffee in one of New York’s co-working space, or picnic in the middle of Paris, wherever they are, that’s where Digital Nomads work. With the development of IoT, the term of Digital Nomads in Human Resources is becoming more popular. Traits of a Digital Nomad in today’s Human Resource Carrying a laptop or smartphone, digital nomads in Human Resource dictionary are those people who works remotely. Largely dominated by the millennial…

How to Avoid Minimum Wage Violations

October 18, 2018 in HR, Payroll
Minimum Wage

Nearly a decade since the last increase of Minimum Wage Here’s what you need to understand The last minimum wage was raised in 2007. A time when the US economy was on the verge of economic recession. It generated a lot of reactions internally, politically and economically. As politicians, analysts and media scramble around to speculate on the viability of Washington’s choice in increasing the minimum wage. Especially on its short, medium and long term effects on labor market. For most companies,the decision to increase the minimum wage from $5.15 to $7.25 was a huge burden. With some analysts like Jeffrey…

Amazon’s $15 minimum wage is a wake up call to other retailers

October 11, 2018 in HR, Payroll
Minimum Wage

Amazon’s Minimum Wage $15 a must, not an option Amazon’s move to increase its Minimum wage of $15/hour comes at a time as U.S unemployment rate are near record lows of 3.7% by September 2018.  The tight labor market. Followed by a high turnover rates on the Industry. It has given employers a difficult time in finding extra manpower around the up coming holiday season. Add that up with projections for record-breaking holiday total retail sales of $1.10 trillion . It makes definite sense for Amazon to increase its minimum wage. Especially during a time as it prepares to hire 100,000 temporary…

Advice That You Must Listen Before Studying Sick Leave and Absence Should Be Separate for employees

May 17, 2018 in HR
sick leave

 Advice That You Must Listen Before Studying Sick Leave and Absence Should Be Separate for employees. Assembling a fleeting affliction nonappearance approach can be a standout amongst the most overwhelming errands an HR expert can confront. We make you stride by venture through what an average here and now affliction the appearance arrangement ought to contain. 1. Illuminate the fleeting infection nonappearance approach’s motivation and degree. Managers ought to present their temporary disorder nonappearance arrangement by emphasizing the requirement for harmony between: • The veritable need for representatives to require some investment off work gave sick wellbeing; and • The need…

What is Pay Stub, Pay Slip, or Paycheck Stub?

May 2, 2018 in Payroll

Pay Stub, Pay Slip, and Paycheck Stub. They all mean the same thing. When an employer pays their employees, the staffs should receive a document called either Pay Stub (also called as Pay Slip or Paycheck Stub). It displays the details of the calculations applied to the paycheck. Details including how much salary an employee gets paid and what type of taxes have been applied to their wage. The information will generally include details that has been applied to the employees’ salary like how tax is taken out, gross pay, net pay, benefit deductions or contributions. An employee will receive pay…

How a Contractor and an Employee are Different

May 2, 2018 in HR, Payroll

  Comparison between an Employee and a Contractor Are you aware of the difference between employees and contractors? It’s a trick quiz to solve. Actually, many businesses owners don’t get it right. So let me tell you the right answer. Usually, employees are more dependent on their company compared to contractors, while contractors usually don’t rely on the company they work for. Rather, the contractors get their own tools and resources when working. Besides, they usually focus on finishing the job by the due date, not being on time at the set workplace or location. If you Misclassify Employees as Contractors……

Write Fair Attendance Policy for your Workplace

May 2, 2018 in HR, Time & Attendance

Are you managing your company with a Fair Attendance Policy? Keeping a fair attendance policy will give more benefits than you think to everyone in the workplace. If you’re dealing with even a hint of chaos when managing your staff, maybe you need to check up on your attendance policy. The key source that influences performance and behavior of an employee is not actually money, it’s peers. Try to adjust the method that is fairest to all employees working for your business in a flexible and sensible way. Fairness doesn’t mean that you give everyone the same, equal benefit. You need to focus…

How to Motivate your Employees

April 20, 2018 in HR

Are your Employees Motivated?   How much do you know about motivation? Motivation is the cause that influences people’s actions and behaviors. There have been several theories on motivation at workplace, which all vary from time to time. But they all talk about satisfying employees needs in each and everyone’s situations. Why is Motivation Needed? Are you aware of how important it is to motivate your employees to improve your business? It’s probably more important than you think. It actually improves the quality and quantity of work. The employees are more likely to communicate better and the team work ethics will also develop….