Paying Off Student Loans and Building 401(k)s: IRS Suggests Workers Can Do Both

02 October, 2018

Recent statistics show that 44 million Americans have student loan debt, totaling $1.4 trillion. This financial burden prevents people from making other investments—including saving for retirement. Can employers help? There are few who do, even though repayment plans could attract job seekers who a...

What Makes People Unhappy at Work?

11 September, 2018

You can’t make everybody happy. It’s just a simple truth that we hear all the time. With diverse personalities, opinions and beliefs, we are not likely to all be satisfied by the same things. That’s okay – that’s life. But that idea simply doesn’t translate into the work place when you are in a posi...

Is Leadership More Important Than Company Culture?

28 August, 2018

By now, if you haven’t read about, heard about, or thought about the impact of leadership and culture on the success of a company, then you may quite possibly be living in the dark ages. Leadership and company culture are the current buzzwords in today’s employment atmosphere, and for good reason. B...

COBRA: There’s More Than Meets the Eye

14 August, 2018

The COBRA (Consolidated Omnibus Budget Reconciliation Act) law has been a mandated burden for employers for over 30 years. It provides rights to health insurance to former eligible employees, spouses and dependent children if coverage was lost due to a specific qualifying event. The employer’s respo...

3 Questions to Ask Your Employees on a Regular Basis

31 July, 2018

When managing any team, the goal should always be continual growth and development – not just on the part of your employees, but on your part as well. As a team, it is important to maintain communication and develop great working relationships in order to work more cohesively and efficiently towards...