How to Communicate Employee Benefits in Uncertain Times

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By Mary Schafer – ADP Stay-at-home orders and social distancing will impact which communications channels are needed to reach employees this year. Employers around the country and around the world are responding to current events, all while continuing to focus on day-to-day operations. As part of this, many organizations in the U.S. are evaluating existing… read more

What to Know for Year-End Reporting in 2020

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By Pete Isberg – ADP Due in part to sweeping legislation to respond to the effects of COVID-19, there are many substantial changes to year-end reporting for tax and payroll that you’ll need to know for 2020. Here’s a preview of what’s on the horizon. Federal Legislation, Social Security Tax Deferments, and Year-End Reporting 2020… read more

How to Highlight Interpersonal Skills in Interviews and Resumes

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By Hallie Crawford – US News WE ALL KNOW POTENTIAL employers rarely take the time to read resumes thoroughly, at least not on the first go-around. Statistics show that they spend a maximum of 10 to 15 seconds scanning a resume to determine the candidate’s fit before they decide to keep or toss the application. If… read more

How to be an employer of choice – even in uncertain times

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By Amy Marcum – Human Resources Today Getting excellent employees to work for your organization instead of your competitors has never been easy. Add in the disruption of a worldwide pandemic, and the challenge to recruit and retain top talent demands new refocused energy. What can you do to stand out during unpredictable times and… read more

8 Essential Elements of Virtual Sales Training

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Sales productivity has never been more important, yet sales teams today face tougher obstacles than ever as the current crisis makes most in-person interactions impossible. Almost 90 percent of sales have moved to a remote model since the pandemic began, according to McKinsey. Almost every B2B company’s products and services are now being sold virtually…. read more

Grubhub Mounts Campaign to end Delivery Commission Caps ‘Starting’ with New York City

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A new battle is erupting among Grubhub and New York City leaders over a proposal to extend the city’s temporary cap on delivery commission fees, a relief effort that is expected to end next month. Back in May, New York City leaders capped third-party delivery commissions at 20% to help restaurants during the pandemic. The… read more

Adjusting to New Places

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-by Isabella Caprario at Hire A Helper Adjusting to New Places: Exploring People’s Experiences With Moving to a New City America is becoming increasingly mobile and not just in the cellular sense. More than forty percent of the U.S. population lives in a state other than the one in which they were born, and they’ll likely… read more

Secrets to Becoming a Great Leader

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– by Beau Peters Beau Peters is a creative professional with a lifetime of experience in service and care. As a manager, he’s learned a slew of tricks of the trade that he enjoys sharing with others who have the same passion and dedication that he brings to his work.   There are many different… read more

The Way Most Job Interviews Proceed Is Random And Biased. Here’s What To Do Instead.

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By Monica Torres – Huffpost The typical interview is not a real predictor of success on the job, but a few changes can make hiring much smarter and fairer. Many job interviews go something like this: The hiring manager gets a feel for the candidate by asking a series of open-ended questions. What’s been your biggest… read more