Since my goal is to help small business owners with their compliance and employment issues, I thought that examining one of the most prevalent law violations would be helpful. This violation cost businesses in the Lowcountry over $3 million in fines last year.
Do you know if you are compliant with employment law or if your HR practices are even legal? Too often, a business selects an administrator or accountant to manage the Human Resources process because that person is good with people or numbers. Unfortunately, they don’t understand the intricacies of HR and the laws that guide […]
One of the first things you’ll want to get a handle on in your business is the amount of paperwork that piles up when it comes to managing Human Resources. Set up employee files right away, whether with physical files or a digital system. Keeping your files confidential and secure is imperative. If you choose […]
Is managing Human Resources overwhelming you because you really don’t know what you’re doing? Are you afraid that a DOL audit might result in penalties and fines? Do you need assistance managing underperforming employees? Avoid the fear, uncertainty, and doubt of HR and compliance by outsourcing to HRCoastal.
Have you ever noted that your best employee can also be your worst? Acting like “adult children” happens more often than you’d think. For example, the top sales performer who promises unrealistic delivery dates that put production in a bind or the star trainer who makes the department look great but complains incessantly to coworkers […]
Business owners spend a lot of time examining trees. One is a live oak, another a pine, a third a maple. These trees are the different parts of their business, finance, sales, marketing, Human Resources. However, they don’t step back and enjoy the beauty and totality of the forest and its purpose on the planet, […]
Millennials are quickly changing the makeup of our workforce. Born between 1981 and 2000, they make up 1/3 of today’s workforce. Some estimates say that, with the retirement of Baby Boomers, the largest working group and the smaller population of Gen X (born from 1961-1980), Millennials will comprise 3/4 of the workforce by 2025!