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Human Resources Glossary
Discover definitions and descriptions of common HR terms and topics. Whether you’re new to HR or an established leader, these refreshers always come in handy.
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The minimum salary requirement for exempt employees per the Fair Labor Standards Act is $23,600 per year or $455 per week. It is one of three criteria for exempt status.
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It’s critical employers be aware of the ACA deadlines. Get the ACA filing deadlines and employer responsibilities here.
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Flex time is a non traditional benefit many organizations offer their workforce. Find out why it helps employee retention rates and boosts morale.
Confused how to measure turnover rates? Start here and learn why high turnover rates are detrimental to the health of an organization.
SUI tax is funded by employers and offers short-term benefits to employees who have lost or left a job for various reasons.
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Many organizations offer telecommuting options as a perk to their employees. Check out our example of a telecommuting policy and see if it will work for your team.
A Section 125 Plan is a written plan that gives employees the option to choose between cash and qualifying benefits. Learn more!
Workers’ compensation is insurance that provides medical expenses, lost wages and rehabilitation costs to employees who are injured or become ill at work. Read more here.
An employee assistance plan, also known as an employee assistance program (EAP), can be offered by employers to their workforce. Read how it benefits employers.
It’s an employers responsibility to properly withhold a portion of employees’ income for federal taxes. Learn how to calculate tax withholding here.
Paycheck cards are debit-style cards used by organizations to pay employees. They are an alternative to issuing paper checks and offer secure access to funds.
The Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) is a federal law that establishes standards for full-time and part-time workers. Start here to get familiar with FLSA.
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