The prospect of corrective action or termination makes a lot of managers nervous. That’s understandable. For employees, being disciplined or losing their job can be anything from moderately embarrassing to financially devastating, but it’s rarely a happy occasion. For the employers, these actions always come with some risk, and there are plenty of legal danger […]

By Elizabeth Kay September 2020 Complying with City Requirements While Working-From-Home Here in the Bay Area, many cities have their own ordinances and laws surrounding health benefit offerings and paid sick leave. What many employers don’t realize is that they are subject to complying with these rules even if the business is not headquartered in […]

When quarantine officially came into effect, thousands of businesses with no remote work policy in place scrambled to piece together teleworking procedures robust enough to handle the complications of COVID-19. For many it was a learning process, a time of continual adjustment to find the right solutions for their organizations. Quarantine has now been in […]

Quarantine leaves us with a healthy chunk of time to reassess and spend time with the ones we love. But as quarantine goes on, the work must go on as well and for HR professionals, that means developing professionally as much as everyone else within the organization. With all this time on your hands, a […]

  According to the National Center on Caregiving, a family caregiver (or informal caregiver) is “an unpaid individual (for example, a spouse, partner, family member, friend, or neighbor) involved in assisting others with activities of daily living and/or medical tasks.”  In the US, 85% of caregivers care for a relative or loved one with 42% […]

What is the Life Insurance Policy Locator Service? If you’re faced with the tragedy of the loss of a loved one, dealing with their life insurance situation is one of the last things you want to deal with while you’re grieving. If you don’t have a life insurance advisor by your side, you may not […]

  Open enrollment season is upon us and many companies are choosing to host “virtual benefits fairs” instead of the traditional “walk and talk” fairs. Open enrollment meetings have turned into live streaming events or recorded webinars. Incentivizing employee participation in these areas can come in a variety of ways but the newest trend is […]

TeleMedicine – The NextGen Benefit of Minor Healthcare It’s not surprising that 2017 stands to be the year many will have an experience to share using a Telemedicine or a Virtual Doctor service. With current market trends, government regulations, and changing economic demands, it’s fast becoming a more popular alternative to traditional healthcare visits.  And, […]

by Elizabeth Kay, Compliance and Retention Analyst with AEIS, Inc. August 2020 Every few years there is a change in administration at the Federal level, and with each change often comes a change in policy, change in areas of focus, and sometimes a change in revenue streams.  For example, under the Obama Administration the Department […]

  The future of work is now. You’ve probably heard that being said since the onset of COVID-19 and the growth of remote work. Well, it’s true and as the nature of how work gets done changes, so too does the way HR’s function plays out. In part 1, we took a look at current […]