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President Trump will change somethings that affect organizations, employees and the workplace but what and when is not clear yet. What is unchanged: The best people seldom knock on your door and ask, “Are you interested in hiring someone like me?” (While it happened once this year for a client, this is an uncommon blessing.) The cost of and competition doing business or raising capital continues to increase. February 1 through April 30 most US…
President Trump will change somethings that affect organizations, employees and the workplace but what and when is not clear yet. What is unchanged: The best people seldom knock on your door and ask, “Are you interested in hiring someone like me?” (While it happened once this year for a client, this is an uncommon blessing.) The cost of and competition doing business or raising capital continues to increase. February 1 through April 30 most US…
We cannot address whether the legal opinion expressed here would be shared by your own legal counsel.  Please seek advice should you delay complying with what now seems to be a stalled, new regulation on minimum salary for exempt employees.  –Michigan HR Group November 23, 2016 Breaking News! Federal Court Suspends Enforcement of Overtime Rule A federal judge in Texas has issued a nationwide injunction blocking the US Department of Labor’s (US-DOL) new overtime rule.…
We cannot address whether the legal opinion expressed here would be shared by your own legal counsel.  Please seek advice should you delay complying with what now seems to be a stalled, new regulation on minimum salary for exempt employees.  –Michigan HR Group November 23, 2016 Breaking News! Federal Court Suspends Enforcement of Overtime Rule A federal judge in Texas has issued a nationwide injunction blocking the US Department of Labor’s (US-DOL) new overtime rule.…
Big Issues to Consider ·       Getting the work done the company needs done … at a pay rate which makes business sense and retains staff. ·       Keeping employees engaged at the same or higher level. ·       Complying with the law to accomplish the above. o   Minimum salary (a different concept than “minimum wage”) goes to $47,476* ($913 per week) on December 1, 2016. The actual rule is the weekly amount.  Meaning, for example, if you…
Big Issues to Consider ·       Getting the work done the company needs done … at a pay rate which makes business sense and retains staff. ·       Keeping employees engaged at the same or higher level. ·       Complying with the law to accomplish the above. o   Minimum salary (a different concept than “minimum wage”) goes to $47,476* ($913 per week) on December 1, 2016. The actual rule is the weekly amount.  Meaning, for example, if you…
Big Issues to Consider ·       Getting the work done the company needs done … at a pay rate which makes business sense and retains staff. ·       Keeping employees engaged at the same or higher level. ·       Complying with the law to accomplish the above. o   Minimum salary (a different concept than “minimum wage”) goes to $47,476* ($913 per week) on December 1, 2016. The actual rule is the weekly amount.  Meaning, for example, if you…
While much of the work of Michigan HR Group is focused on candidate recruitment and employee development, along with the basic ‘blocking and tackling’ of HR administration, sometimes our blog posts have to dive into the weeds.  If the next paragraph applies to you, then join us in another weedy space where we can offer some insight.  (That just means we read a dozen web postings including those from the DOL, IRS and several law…
While much of the work of Michigan HR Group is focused on candidate recruitment and employee development, along with the basic ‘blocking and tackling’ of HR administration, sometimes our blog posts have to dive into the weeds.  If the next paragraph applies to you, then join us in another weedy space where we can offer some insight.  (That just means we read a dozen web postings including those from the DOL, IRS and several law…
While much of the work of Michigan HR Group is focused on candidate recruitment and employee development, along with the basic ‘blocking and tackling’ of HR administration, sometimes our blog posts have to dive into the weeds.  If the next paragraph applies to you, then join us in another weedy space where we can offer some insight.  (That just means we read a dozen web postings including those from the DOL, IRS and several law…