Will your company be impacted by minimum wage changes in 2015? As of Dec. 1, 2014, 21 states have announced increases in their minimum wage rates for Jan. 1, 2015. What does this mean for affected employers? Two key action items that they’ll want to take to remain compliant with wage and hour regulations are: […]Continue Reading →
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Employers take note — the minimum wage in Massachusetts is set to increase on January 1st, 2015. Governor Deval Patrick signed a law on June 26, 2014 that will raise the state’s per hour minimum wage over the next few years: $9 per hour: Beginning January 1st, 2015 $10 per hour: Beginning January 1st, 2016 $11 […]Continue Reading →
As companies seek to ensure that their performance management process is the right one for their organization, some have moved to a 360-Degree review process. This strategy typically entails obtaining feedback from a multitude of sources that regularly interact with an employee. That list may include their manager, peers, subordinates, customers, and clients. Also, employee being reviewed is given […]Continue Reading →
As we approach the final days of 2012, employers and employees will soon exchange parting words as they take some time off over the holiday season. While these breaks certainly can be refreshing, it’s important to remain motivated as we look forward to a successful 2013. While some may seek to do this by providing […]Continue Reading →