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Form I-9 Compliance Extension, Further Extended

  By Lynn Connor  |    Thu Aug 27, 2020

Category: Expert Advice, Legal

ICE announced it would extend it’s Form I-9 flexibility rules that were granted in March, for another 30 days. September 19th is now the expiration date. In March, the DHS (Department of Homeland Security) said that it would defer the physical presence requirements associated with Form I-9 for...

What is Electronic Employee Onboarding?

  By Lynn Connor  |    Mon Aug 24, 2020

Category: Recruiting, Technology

It’s being used more than ever as people tire of laboring through mountains of paperwork to onboard each temporary employee your office assigns to work. Electronic employee onboarding is paperless, quick and can help make your job easier. Think about it, having your federally required I-9 and W-4...

10 questions employers are asking about hiring, legally, during the Covid-19 Pandemic

  By Lynn Connor  |    Tue Aug 11, 2020

Category: Expert Advice, Legal

Hiring has grown more complicated with every passing year, but none have been more complicated than right now, in 2020. Pre-employment exams, post employment questions, temperature screening, doctor’s note requirements and PPE questions are just some of the reasons staffing firms are struggling. It’s extremely difficult to know what...

Employer Credit for Employee Retention


  By Lynn Connor  |    Thu Apr 02, 2020

Category: Expert Advice, Funding, Legal, Productivity

The United States Department of Treasury issued a press release yesterday to encourage businesses impacted by COVID-19 to use the Employee Retention Credit. The credit was created to encourage firms to keep their employees on their payroll. Available to all employers regardless of size, the credit covers up to 50...

Educate your clients. Help fill new roles. Inside a Staffing Agency and How it Works (from a client’s perspective)

  By Lynn Connor  |    Tue Feb 25, 2020

Category: Certification, Education, Productivity

From a client’s perspective, if you are paying a staffing firm a direct hire fee (15 - 25% average fee of the candidate’s annual salary) or honoring a temp to hire policy (640 - 1000 hours on the staffing firms payroll) to hire a new employee, you obviously expect an...

Independent contractors may need to be replaced with employees as of January 1. Educate your clients. Help fill new roles.

  By Lynn Connor  |    Tue Jan 14, 2020

Category: Expert Advice, Recruiting

Do any of your clients utilize independent contractors? If so, and if they are in California, the law has changed as of January 1, 2020. And, even if you’re not in Cali, you need to pay attention to Assembly Bill 5 as some states have the same restrictions,...

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