In StaffLink’s Small Business Week this week we’re sharing an interview with Stafflink’s founder and President, Abram Finkelstein on the importance of complying with your state’s workers’ compensation laws. Plus, we take a look at this week’s stock market performance. For HR professionals, we’ve put together a collection of articles with tips for hiring and retention.
StaffLink handles workers’ compensation claims for clients nationwide. Find out what we’ve learned about compliance in this podcast featuring our CEO.
South Florida employers top the charts (and not in a good way) when it comes to workers’ compensation fraud. Is your business following the law? You can’t afford not to.
Find out how to handle workers’ compensation compliance the right way in this StaffLink podcast covering what you should know about Florida’s Workers’ Compensation law. While you’re on the podcast web page, be sure to download your free Florida Workers’ Compensation Checklist too!
The stock market shakes off doubts and continues to climb.
Reuters reported Thursday that U.S. stocks were headed up for the fifth day in a row. In Tech, industrials bolster Wall Street’s recovery, Sruthi Shankar and Aparajita Saxena report that while some selloffs occurred this week, investors appear optimistic and stocks are trending up.
The new federal budget includes increased spending on immigration enforcement and requires mandatory e-verification.
One of the provisions in the FY 2019 budget is a requirement that all employers nationwide use the federal government’s E-Verify system for confirming their employees’ work eligibility. Explaining this and several other immigration measures included next year’s budget, SHRM’s Roy Mauer gives us Trump Budget Calls for Mandatory Nationwide E-Verify Use.
Finding and keeping top talent requires attention to detail.
Any employer who has ever had to fire an employee knows that a mismatch between candidate and job can be a costly mistake. But how do you avoid a bad hire? Inc. contributor Marcel Schwantes offers his advice in 20 Interview Questions That Will Reveal a Superstar Job Candidate.
Once you’ve found your dream employee, how can you keep them happy? SHRM’s Stephen Miller writes, Employees Are More Likely to Stay If They Like Their Health Plan. Flexible plans that save employees money can save you from being understaffed.
What else keeps employees engaged? Skilled management. In Ten Skills Every Manager Needs–But 90% of Managers Lack, Forbes’ contributor Liz Ryan explains that good managers do more than direct workers’ activities; they actively lead. It is these leadership skills, she writes, that many managers lack. Open and two-way communication creates a work environment that makes employees want to stay.
No matter what size your business is, compliance can be complicated. StaffLink is here to help. We manage workers’ compensation for clients doing business in Florida and nationwide.
Don’t forget to download your free Florida Workers’ Compensation checklist this week. And, call us at 877-899-LINK to discover how StaffLink can help you keep your business running smoothly.