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Employers have begun to see an interesting letter pop up in their mailboxes recently. The Social Security Administration (SSA) has re-implemented the use of “Request for Employer Information” letters, more commonly known as “No-Match” letters. The SSA has used these letters in the past, but discontinued them each time for different reasons. No-Match letters were […] continue reading this post


Is Your Holiday Party an HR Nightmare Holiday parties are a popular way for companies of all sizes to celebrate their employees in a festive way. Research has shown that when done properly, company holiday parties can cultivate employee engagement, making workers feel more appreciated by their employer, giving them something fun and cheerful to look forward to and allowing them to […] continue reading this post


The prevention of workplace harassment for nonprofit organizations is a popular topic amongst organizations today. The fall-out for nonprofit organizations is greater than for-profit organizations if harassment takes place. Even what may seem like a minor incident can result in a nonprofit organization losing major donor dollars, constituent support and valuable employees, as well as […] continue reading this post


One of the biggest responsibilities an employer has before they can even hire one employee is to decide how to approach their HR management. Employers know that a strong Human Resource management is essential to keeping a small business in compliance with all federal and local labor requirements and allows the business to run more […] continue reading this post