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shutterstock_253513735 Did you know that this week signaled the beginning of the Open Enrollment period for many employers? That’s right! For the next two or three months, employees will be selecting their health insurance policies for the next calendar year – choosing from categories including vision, dental, and health. We know that choosing a policy is […] continue reading this post

Simplify My HR

Posted by: on October 22, 2015 in Corporate News

Emplicity is launching SimplifyMyHR.com to help business owners simplify HR benefits, payroll, & other administration tasks. Success is much simpler with Emplicity on your side. Emplicity offers big-company benefits to your employees and relieves you from the burden and hassles of labor compliance and payroll, boosting your bottom line and allowing you to focus on […] continue reading this post

shutterstock_174539273 As a business owner, you know that your most important assets are your people. Taking care of them and retaining them for long periods of time allows your business to be more productive – which, of course, increases your bottom line.  Your business will keep growing and soon you will need to determine what to […] continue reading this post

shutterstock_168154619 You may have heard the phrase “candidate-driven recruiting market” tossed around a lot lately, but what does this phrase really mean?”  Let’s see if we can shed some light on the subject for you.   The unemployment rate is falling and job growth continues to improve.  According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, there were […] continue reading this post

health insurance plan As open enrollment season creeps closer, there are many costs to consider when selecting your policy: office visits, prescription drugs, and even percentage of costs that employees are responsible for paying. One area often overlooked is deductibles, or a specified amount of money an insured employee must pay before coverage kicks in. A new study […] continue reading this post