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Q&A: 2020’s New Form I-9

The U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) department released a new version of the I-9 Employment Verification Form. Here is what employers need to know to stay compliant.

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5 Ways to Protect Your Company from Harassment Complaints

Discrimination and harassment claims against your company can be time-consuming, costly and embarrassing. In order to ensure a safe and healthy work environment you need to make sure that everyone is on the same page about harassment and discrimination. Having a detailed anti-harassment policy is your company’s first line of defense against claims, but it isn’t enough. Here are 5 ways to protect your company from harassment complaints.

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The New Form W-4 for 2020

On December 5, 2019 the IRS released a revised 2020 Form W-4, re-titled “Employee’s Withholding Certificate”. The new form allows for more accurate withholding, greater privacy for employees and has been revised for easier completion. Here is what employers and employees need to know.

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Think outside the box
Compensation in 2020: It’s Time to Think Outside the Box

As we prepare for 2020, many companies are beginning to make plans for salary increases and compensation strategies to attract and keep top talent. The only problem is that US salary budgets are not projected to increase much in 2020. According to Stephen Miller, Online Manager/Editor of Compensation & Benefits at SHRM, “Salary-increase budgets for U.S. employers are projected to grow next year by just 0.1 percent above the actual average budget increase for 2019, confirming that wage growth isn’t accelerating much despite record-low unemployment.” So how can companies with low or nonexistent salary-increase budgets expect to secure and keep top talent? Well, it’s time to think outside the box.

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People Power: An Entrepreneur’s Guide to Managing Human Capital​

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Bob Lewis
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The best HR book I have read in a long time. Scholley Bubenik, author of People Power: An Entrepreneur's Guide To Managing Human Capital, shares her vast knowledge of the "Human Resource" world. Whether you are a new or seasoned person to the HR profession , you will find this book helpful for the entire HR employee cycle. I started reading Chapter 5 immediately, "The Hiring Process," and gained quick insights and strategies to use right away. This will be a reference book for my office.
Stacy
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Do yourself a favor and read this book! Scholley Bubenik breaks down skills and strategies developed from 30 years of experience so that you can can be the best at managing your company's greatest asset, your employees. From hiring to increasing employee morale, this book has it all! Do yourself a favor and read this book. You will absolutely walk away with an abundance of HR knowledge and strategy you did not have before.
Myrna F. Flick
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Everything you need to know grow your business with your people power. It's all here in one book - People Power! Having started in HR in 1989 (called Personnel at that time) I've spent 1000's of hours and dollars reading every book on business, leadership, and all the trending topics. People Power is a great read with tools and exercises to see Scholley's advice and expertise in action.
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