Innovative Workforce Solutions
Apr 24th

Even the happiest workplaces have times of increased stress and pressure due to important presentations, deadlines or challenging projects. But over time, stress can take a toll on the physical and emotional health of your employees. Click here for more information.

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Apr 17th

Federal laws require that employers of a certain size accommodate nursing mothers by providing adequate breaks and a private, non-bathroom space for pumping breast milk for one year after the child’s birth. However, many mothers returning to work following the birth of a child still face challenges in the workplace when trying to continue breastfeeding. Click here for more information.

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Apr 6th

Many employers believe that if they hire a worker on a contract basis and they do not onboard them as a regular employee, they will not be liable for that worker’s unemployment benefits if they ever file an unemployment claim. While this can be true in limited circumstances, workers are more often than not classified as employees by the state workforce agencies even if they were hired as contractors. Click here for more information.

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