With the FFCA effective April 1, 2020, employers (with less than 500 employees) need to be familiar quickly with the FFCA and helping their employees and their business effectively address and manage the spread of coronavirus.
In tough economic times, businesses look for ways to be more efficient and profitable. For financial planning practices, that may mean taking a closer look at hiring an independent contractor or hiring an employee.
Nearly every disagreement on performance centers on differences between what the employer wants and what the employee actually delivers. To fairly and effectively resolve these disagreements, have properly defined job descriptions.
Review an example of a complaint and investigation regarding employees working more than 40 hours per week and not getting paid overtime. There was a feeling, substantiated through the audit that employees were owed overtime. Improper or insufficient documentation did not support the employer’s treatment of employee’s pay.
The Society for Human Resource Management’s addendum to the Dec. 6, 2010, online article, “How to Conduct an Investigation,” suggests the following questions to ask in an employee complaint investigation...