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Posted by Brenda Sabin | Tue, December 20
Even though The Department of Labor‘s new rules on White Collar Exemptions are put on hold while the courts figure it out, there is another employee classification rule that has been getting more... » read more
Posted by Michael Kilfoyle | Tue, December 20
Now that Donald J. Trump is the President-elect, questions about the fate of the ACA have taken center stage.  With Republican majorities in both the house and the Senate, President-elect Trump has... » read more
Posted by Maribeth Spellman | Wed, November 09
In May, the EEOC issued final rules that describe how Title I of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and Title II of the Genetic Information Nondiscrimination Act (GINA) apply to wellness... » read more
Posted by Greg Paradiso | Fri, October 28
Technology is everywhere.  Social media, mobile phones, ATM machines, self-checkout, fit-bits, high-tech cars.  How is HR benefiting in the workplace?  The Forbes Magazine Human Resources Council... » read more
Posted by Stacey Sharp | Sat, October 01
Each newsletter our experts cover a wide array of topics. This month's newsletter discusses private benefit exchanges, a different twist on engagement, the top 6 HR issues to watch in 2016, daily... » read more
Posted by Greg Paradiso | Thu, September 29
Benefits open enrollment gets a bad rap because it’s a required annual exercise and can involve both good and bad news about your employer sponsored plans.   But wait.  This is an opportunity to... » read more
Posted by Brenda Sabin | Mon, September 26
In May of this year, the Department of Labor (DOL) released their much anticipated rules on the minimum salary level for white collar exemptions to the overtime rules.  This new rule, effective Dec... » read more
Posted by Greg Paradiso | Mon, September 26
The growth and use of HR technology is hot and expected to get hotter.  Recent research published by Bersin & Associates and Deloitte Consulting found that 57% of companies are planning to make a... » read more
Posted by Michael Kilfoyle | Mon, September 26
While Vermont’s single payer initiative came to a close with Governor Shumlin’s announcement in December of 2014, Vermont’s health care reform efforts continue on and have the potential to have a... » read more
Posted by Greg Paradiso | Mon, August 22
Project Management often gets a bad rap.  It’s not fun and sexy.  It’s an unexciting discipline that was perfected by engineers and techies.  But it’s the rigor and detail orientation that can save... » read more