Soft skills training is a priority, but lack of time and resources stands in the way

Soft skills training is the number one priority of most HR professionals.

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IRS promises full, immediate reimbursement for coronavirus leave

IRS promises full, immediate reimbursement for coronavirus leave Dive Brief: Employers subject to the Families First Coronavirus Response Act (FFCRA) will be eligible for two new refundable […]

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CMS Releases Proposed Rule on Civil Monetary Penalties for Medicare Secondary Payer Reporting Failures

The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) released a proposed rule and fact sheet on calculating and imposing civil monetary penalties (CMPs) when a group health plan fails to comply with Section 111 Medicare Secondary Payer (MSP) reporting requirements.

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Gig workers win right to unemployment benefits

As many employees of several companies are beginning to lose their jobs due to the COVID-19 pandemic, gig workers are being included in that category as well. Gig workers have now gained the right to unemployment benefits, as well as other employees. Read this blog post to learn more.

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Employers Grapple with Teleworking Decisions, Fairness

As businesses begin to close their doors and discuss whether their employees take time off or work remotely, they have started realizing that their employees may not have the resources necessary to succeed outside of the workplace. Many employees’ resources are at their office, and working remotely may not be the best option. Read this blog post to learn more.

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How Businesses Are Helping Their Employees Stay Politically Active

Did you know: HR teams have recently found that encouraging employees to stay politically engaged has more success on the workplace culture than an established “no-politics” policy . Read this blog post from UBA to learn more.

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Trump Signs Coronavirus Relief Bill with Paid-Leave Mandate

As the coronavirus pandemic leaves employees anxious about what is to come regarding their finances, the U.S. Senate has approved the Families First Coronavirus Response Act. Read this blog post from SHRM to learn more.

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Everything HR Teams Need To Know About Coronavirus

While the coronavirus epidemic continues to take a toll on everyday lives, the Centers for Disease Control & Prevention (CDC) is continuously releasing updates and helpful tips to help businesses be successful during this time. Read this blog post from UBA to learn more helpful tips to help stay successful and productive during this time.

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What The Families First Coronavirus Response Act Means For HR Teams

As President Donald Trump signed the Families First Coronavirus Response Act last week, the bill was to cover free coronavirus testing, emergency leave, and other various benefits, but HR teams are gaining other benefits from this bill as well. Read this blog post from UBA to learn more.

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