The average person will spend over 90,000 hours of their life working. It’s no wonder then that spending those hours with some co-workers is as appealing as nails on a chalkboard. Below, I discuss three annoying, but common, personality types and how to cope with them both as a manager and a co-worker. The Social […]
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Every week we include helpful HR tips and articles in NJBIA’s online newsletter, New Jersey Business Today. Below are some of the most popular.
Recently, I have received some inquiries about one of the most fundamental tasks in business—paying employees. So I thought I would share some of the nuances about the laws regarding piece-rate compensation. Please note that, by law, neither I nor NJBIA can provide tax or legal advice. This article is provides general guidance for compensating […]
Summer is in full swing, and, among other things, that means your employees have an additional challenge to their work-life balance—their kids are home from school all day. NJBIA’s Member Action Center has gotten a few inquiries from companies that want to know what to do if an employee requests to bring their children into […]
America is the land of opportunity, so it’s natural for us to embrace diversity on principle. We believe everyone should have equal opportunities for success. Diversity has proven to be good for business as well. The McKinsey & Company study from a few years ago found that gender and racially diverse companies were more likely […]
Get ready; the federal government’s next big regulatory burden is less than a year away. Companies with 100 or more employees will now have to report how much money each employee makes to the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission by March 31. The salary reporting will be added to the EEO-1 reports companies already file annually. […]