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Overtime

Your Nonprofit May Not Need to Comply with FLSA

Earlier this year, the US DOL issued new regulations, effectively doubling (from $455 per week to $913 per week) the wage threshold at which an employee might be considered exempt from the Overtime rules of the Fair Labor Standards Act. Last week, a Federal judge in Texas issued an injunction,… Read More

7 Reasons Your Frankenstein HCM System Should Scare You!

Do you currently utilize “an HCM solution” that is actually made up of several separate systems that you or your predecessors have somehow cobbled together to try to make them function as one?  That is what we lovingly like to refer to as a Frankenstein HCM system.  It probably comes… Read More

Employee Termination

Best Practices for Terminating Employees

Sooner or later, every small business manager must face the task of terminating an employee. This is a task that can be unpleasant at a minimum and dangerously expensive if not handled carefully. You must remember that there are laws that provide employees with rights that you must not violate. Read More

PTO Vacation

Killing Time: Is Your Corporate Culture Destroying PTO Benefits?

As we head into the last month of summer and stores commence with their Back-to-School bargains, many of us try to squeeze in those last bits of family vacation time with our loved ones while we still can…or, at least, we used to try.  The US Travel Association through its… Read More