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Happy New Year!

As we step into 2024, we're thrilled to share in the exciting journey ahead for your organization. In the spirit of progress, we are committed to exceeding your expectations. Strategic partnerships will continue to play a key role in achieving our mutual goals, whether it's expanding into new offerings, enhancing products, or elevating your client experience. We believe in the power of collaboration and envision 2024 as a year of mutual growth and shared success. 

Thank you for your continued partnership, and here's to a year filled with resilience, innovation, and prosperous collaborations! 


**W-2’s will be mailed and posted in the EE portal by 1/31/2024.**

Do Your Job Descriptions Need an Update for 2024?

Employers may overlook the importance of maintaining accurate and current job descriptions. After all, with so many other organizational goals and objectives, who has time to review potentially dozens of employee records (or even more)? Employees know what their job duties are, right? Maybe.


How to Conduct Terrible Employee Evaluations: Your 5-Step Plan on What Not to Do

If your workplace is anything like most others, your team probably dreads the annual performance review process. Employees don’t like receiving reviews and managers don’t like conducting them. If you want to improve the process this year and add value for your workforce, we also provided some practical tips on developing an effective performance management system.

The Impact of a Positive Attitude On Your Team

Education, experience, charisma, or certifications—what is the most important qualification of a good leader? While all of these qualities might be significant, they pale in comparison to the one thing no leader should be without: a positive attitude.


U.S. Department of Labor Finalizes Independent Contractor Regulation

The U.S. Department of Labor published a final rule on January 9, 2024, defining “independent contractor” under the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA). The final regulation rescinds a 2021 rule defining the same term. Why does this matter?

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