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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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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.
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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.
The Fair Labor Standards Act states all non exempt workers are eligible to receive overtime pay when working over 40 hours per week. Get details on compliance.
The Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) is a labor law established to provide qualifying employees with up to 12 weeks of unpaid, job-protected leave. Read more here.
A Human Resource Information System (HRIS) is a form of HR software that can streamline processes and data management of a typical HR team. Learn how you can benefit.
Per Affordable Care Act requirements, employers with 50 or more full-time equivalent employees must offer affordable coverage to at least 95% of full-time staff.
The administrative exemption under the FLSA Act is a classification of jobs excluded from minimum wage, overtime regulations and other rights and protections. Read more details here.
Employers should utilize an employee file to capture and maintain all HR, payroll, benefits and compliance documents in one location. Get the checklist here!
A new hire checklist helps managers and HR successfully onboard a new employee. Get the simple checklist here to ensure successful onboarding.
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FICA tax is split between employers and employees. Both pay a portion to Medicare and Social Security. Learn how to calculate FICA tax here.
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