The world of human resources is constantly evolving and changing. New regulations are passed, new technologies are introduced, and new best practices are developed. Staying current is a challenge, whether it’s your hiring practices or your payroll policies.
We’ve assembled some of the top HR articles from the last month that address various changes in the HR and payroll landscape. Take a look at these latest articles.
Via HR Morning. The main architect behind the 2004 changes to the FLSA’s overtime exemption rules offers eye-opening insights into the new overtime rules that go into effect on December 1. For example: the salary threshold isn’t an annual one, but a weekly one.
Via TLNT. Using “old school” compensation practices? You don’t necessarily have to spend a lot of money or change your entire culture to make changes. Find out how more traditional employers can make modern compensation updates to their pay policies without disrupting the company.
Via Boomberg BNA. Human resources is being transformed by digital technologies, but a significant percentage of HR professionals aren’t ready to adopt the technology. Find out what kinds of impacts these changes can have and how they positively enhance HR.
Via Pay News Now. Employees in New York can be paid by check, direct deposit, or paycard. The New York State Department of Labor wants to ensure that employees know their options and their rights, but the proposed method of protecting workers’ rights is generating some heated discussion. Find out what the issues are here.
Via Betterteam. After product market fit, nothing is more important to a company’s growth than hiring the right people. Here are 19 tips to help you build a strategy that attracts the best talent and keeps your company top of mind for star recruits.