HR

FMLA Leave of Absence: Answers, Tips, and Tools for Coordinating Leave

Every employee wants to know that if something were to happen, their employer has their best interests in mind. The Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) is a federal law that helps to protect the health and welfare of eligible employees by providing 12 weeks of paid leave entitlement each calendar year. The FMLA Leave of Absence ensures that employees won't lose their job to care for a sick family member or because of their own serious health conditions. 
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The 6 Steps to Handle a Work Injury Correctly

A work injury is not uncommon in any business, with the United States seeing a whopping 4.7 million workers injured every year. And it doesn't matter what industry your business operates in. Whether it’s an office-based desk job or a manufacturing job with many hazards, the risk of an accident or injury is always present. 
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​Employee Benefits Liability Insurance: All You Need to Know

Even with all the apps and checklists in place to help onboard new hires, mistakes can still happen. Especially when the company is growing and going through a hiring spree. With so many new people to onboard, a critical document in the employee benefits program can easily get missed. Mishaps are even more likely for small businesses with no human resources team or full-time HR manager dedicated to administering the benefits package. Employee benefits liability insurance helps to protect your company and provide peace of mind. 
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Intelligent Process Automation: Benefits, Steps, and Core Technologies

Pre-COVID, many businesses could get by on lean and other management methodologies that improve cost efficiencies, productivity, and customer satisfaction in mostly physical operational channels. These days, an increasing portion of market share and profit margins come from digital channels requiring new operating models to succeed.
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The 5 Steps of a Successful Safety Inspection Process

Running any business comes with its own set of risks. Of all the types of risks, though, safety risks are the ones that demand the most attention. After all, ensuring a safe workplace for all employees is the responsibility of every employer. Potential safety hazards must be mitigated with an effective risk management process. Of course, before implementing such a process, safety risks and hazards need to be found. This is where site safety inspections come in. 
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6 Steps to Implement Successful Business Process Transformation

When business process transformation is implemented the right way, you spend less time on repetitive back-office tasks and outdated legacy systems. Business process transformation creates streamlined workflows and automated end-to-end systems where organizational resources go towards providing more value to customers, saving costs, and boosting operational efficiency.  
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Why Automating Employee Onboarding Processes Saves Teams

You've done it: You've found the newest member of the team, and they accepted the job offer. It can be tempting to rest on your laurels and celebrate, but there's still plenty of work to do to ensure your new hire integrates well from day one. 
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How to Create a Return-to-Work Program for an Injury or Pandemic

Bringing employees back to work after a break can be a challenging task and needs to be handled with care. This is even more relevant now, as COVID-19 restrictions across the world ease out and offices are reopening for full-time work. 
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9 Stages of a Complete Contract Lifecycle Management Process

Contracts are the lifeblood of business. They validate agreements between two or more parties, reducing the possibility of risks and defaults, and providing a way out if things do not go as planned.
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Incident Management

5 Tips for a Streamlined Safety Observations Program

How can you proactively promote safety in your organization if you don’t know where safety risks exist? Identifying safety issues is a critical first step to addressing these issues. An effective way to identify hazards is through safety observations. A safety observations program can help employees and management work together to prevent safety incidents and maintain a positive safety culture.
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