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Monthly Archives: January 2018

image Are you prepared to lose employees in 2018? A new survey was recently released by Glassdoor, revealing that 35 percent of hiring decision makers (individuals working in recruitment and HR and responsible for hiring) are expecting more employees to quit over the next 12 months. This survey, conducted among 750 hiring decision makers, also reports […] continue reading this post


Knowing the difference between your employees and contractors can mean the difference between compliance and penalties. Misclassifying employees is a serious mistake that has costly consequences for employers. Failure to classify workers correctly can subject an employer to civil penalties, class action lawsuits, back taxes, fines, and more. Additionally, if the misclassified employee should have […] continue reading this post


In 2018, small business owners are facing a lot of uncertainties in regards to taxes, regulations, ever-changing labor laws, and one of the most pressing issues in the news today, sexual harassment. It can be exhausting staying on top of all of the issues concerning small business owners today, but it’s necessary in keeping employers […] continue reading this post


California employers have a lot on their to-do lists for 2018. New regulations from Jerry Brown mean more work concerning hiring practices, wages, employee administration, and more. A large corporation will likely have an entire HR department and legal team to help navigate all of the changes in employment law, but a smaller business runs […] continue reading this post


Emplicity announces the debut to MyEmplicity, our integrated Applicant Tracking System (ATS). ATS reduces the time it takes to hire new employees by 30% or more by eliminating the grind of sifting through unqualified resumes, expanding and managing your candidate pool. Emplicity’s new ATS simplifies posting and managing open jobs online, receiving resumes and sorting […] continue reading this post