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Oasis, A Paychex® Company, is one of the nation's leading Professional Employer Organizations (PEOs), providing clients with Human Resource Services, Payroll Administration, Employee Benefits Administration and Risk Management Services. Oasis has clients in all 50 states and in many different industries. Oasis tailors its HR solutions to address specific challenges within a number of industries. To learn more, please click below.
Compliance is one of the most complex areas for your business’s human resources function. Compliance requirements touch upon nearly all aspects of HR from recruiting, interviewing, onboarding as well as payroll, training and benefits administration – just to name a few. To add to the complexity, compliance requirements and regulations change at a fever pitch and vary from city to city and state to state. So, this scenario raises an important question…how does even the most experienced and conscientious HR department keep up with matters related to compliance? First, follow a few best practices and second, consider outsourcing. to reduce some of the resource drain and help limit your exposure to risk.
As a small business owner, you know that your success can depend not only on your ability to stay on top of the day-to-day work, but also on how well you can see what’s on the horizon. Detecting or failing to recognize an important trend can be the difference between a stellar year and one you might prefer to forget. That’s why Oasis, a Paychex® Company, conducted a survey of the top workforce challenges faced by over 300 small businesses in the U.S. Examining emerging workforce trends can help you, as a leader, make better decisions for your business.
For working parents, trying to find a balance between work obligations and family demands can be overwhelming and exhausting. Many struggle to receive the kind of workplace support they need to balance care for their families with doing their best at work. There is no one-size-fits-all prescription for what is right for all companies, however, it makes good business sense to see what changes you can make to cultivate a supportive environment for working parents.