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Regulatory Analysis
We continually update our state and national regulatory analysis to help you stay current with changing regulations.

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New Documents
Calculators:
Turnover is an important metric for human resource professionals. Tracking turnover helps provides information that can be used to address issues before key employees leave the organization.
Guidance:
It may feel like you just got finished with your 2015 Forms 1094-C and 1095-C, but the deadlines for 2016 are just around the corner. And the reporting requirements are burdensome, stressful, and confusing.
It may feel like you just got finished with your 2015 Forms 1094-C and 1095-C, but the deadlines for 2016 are just around the corner. And the reporting requirements are burdensome, stressful, and confusing.
Discover how to determine a method of sales compensation that works best for your organization, how to assemble a top-performing sales team, and so much more.
Discover how to determine a method of sales compensation that works best for your organization, how to assemble a top-performing sales team, and so much more.
Minimum wage rates vary from state to state. This chart identifies the 2017 minimum wage for all 50 states as well as the federal minimum wage.
Gender-based pay disparities are not only unfair—they’re also illegal. How would your organization fare if your pay practices fell under the scrutiny of a government audit or gender-bias lawsuit?
Gender-based pay disparities are not only unfair—they’re also illegal. How would your organization fare if your pay practices fell under the scrutiny of a government audit or gender-bias lawsuit?
Sam Reeve, compensation expert and executive vice president of Performensation, will help you learn the unique compensation language your sales team speaks and how to optimize your sales compensation model using cutting-edge strategies for success.
Sam Reeve, compensation expert and executive vice president of Performensation, will help you learn the unique compensation language your sales team speaks and how to optimize your sales compensation model using cutting-edge strategies for success.
Our speaker, David Wudyka, MBA, BSIE, an experienced compensation consultant, will provide strategies to keep your base pay rates fair and competitive and answer important questions relating to pay structure design.
Our speaker, David Wudyka, MBA, BSIE, an experienced compensation consultant, will provide strategies to keep your base pay rates fair and competitive and answer important questions relating to pay structure design.
Attorney Cheryl Behymer, co-chair of Fisher & Phillip’s Affirmative Action and Federal Contract Compliance Practice Group, shares up-to-date, clear information about the federal executive order and proposed rules, and what you need to know now to stay in compliance.
Attorney Cheryl Behymer, co-chair of Fisher & Phillip’s Affirmative Action and Federal Contract Compliance Practice Group, shares up-to-date, clear information about the federal executive order and proposed rules, and what you need to know now to stay in compliance.
Rick Buchman explains how you can work together with your operational, financial, and supply-chain-management colleagues to measure and provide intelligence toward achieving your organization’s strategic objectives.
Rick Buchman explains how you can work together with your operational, financial, and supply-chain-management colleagues to measure and provide intelligence toward achieving your organization’s strategic objectives.
Attorney John Lai will cover the latest HR recordkeeping do’s and don’ts, and discuss the legal, practical, and logistical aspects of hard and electronic records management.
Attorney John Lai will cover the latest HR recordkeeping do’s and don’ts, and discuss the legal, practical, and logistical aspects of hard and electronic records management.
David W. Jones, CCP and Daniel T. Steelman of Matthews Young – Management Consulting, provide real-life examples on how companies are dealing with the tough challenges that lie ahead, and expert insights into how to address payroll and benefits concerns tied to the new rule.
David W. Jones, CCP and Daniel T. Steelman of Matthews Young – Management Consulting, provide real-life examples on how companies are dealing with the tough challenges that lie ahead, and expert insights into how to address payroll and benefits concerns tied to the new rule.
Policies:
Bonus Payments
Sample policy for Hours of Work.
Surveys:
Conducted in June 2016, the HR Metrics survey asked participants about which metrics they track and whether their metrics help them align with organizational strategy.
Conducted in July 2016, the HR technology survey asked participants myriad questions including what HR technology is used for and whether it has changed their company for the better.
Conducted in August/September 2016, the training survey asked participants about how their training programs are developed and implemented.
White Papers:
A perception of fair pay is imperative in employee retention. On the flip side, a perception of unfair pay can be a powerful motivator for employees to leave the company. Today’s nearly unfettered access to pay data could lead employees to inaccurate conclusions about how their own pay stacks up against that of their counterparts.
If you are among the employers offering an HDHP, it’s likely you see it as a way to reduce health care costs for the company. In exchange for lower upfront premiums, employees in an HDHP are responsible for a greater share of their medical expenses. Employees whose pockets will be hit by healthcare expenses, the theory goes, will shop around for the best deals. It’s a great theory. But how is it working in practice?
Is pay transparency right for your organization? Many believe in a more-is-better approach to transparency in compensation, and there are some great reasons to explore the idea. But not everyone is on board.
Updated Documents
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How much should you be paying to attract and retain the best employees, based on your industry and location?


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