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Employee Benefits Medicare Secondary Payer Chart

With more employees staying in the workforce past the age of 65, it is very important for organizations to know the Medicare Secondary Payer rules. To help in this regard, we encourage you to download the “Medicare Secondary Payer Chart” by filling out the form below. This attorney-reviewed chart, which is provided by HR360, identifies […]

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Interactive Employee Handbook Builder Now Available

We have some exciting news to share with our clients — a new, interactive Interactive Employee Handbook Builder tool is now available. It is accessible via the “HR Apps & Tools” section within the HR360 portal. This tool includes the following features: Automatically generates a handbook based on responses to a series of questions ranging […]

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Impressing Prospective New Hires with your Employee Benefits Program

Does your company have a robust employee benefits program? If so, it’s important to use that to your advantage during the recruiting process. To help our clients make a positive impression on potential new hires, here are two ways we help them promote their benefits program: Online Benefits Preview As part of the value-added services […]

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HR Compliance Solutions: Update Your Workplace Posters for State and Federal Laws

Have you reviewed and updated the workplace posters inside your office lately? As an employer, federal and state laws require you to clearly display official labor and employment posters detailing federal and applicable state labor laws. To help ensure that your organization is currently using the latest version of these posters, we’re happy to provide […]

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