The following 5 blogs were our readers' favorite last year. We think you will find something you like as well.
How to Calculate Workers’ Comp Premiums
Job classification codes, experience Mods, risks factors, industry rating systems, and other variables – determining your Workers' Comp premium can seem complicated. Once you understand the basics of how premiums are calculated, it's easier to identify areas where you can control costs. Here's how it works. Read More
6 Key Elements of an Employee Exit Plan
When faced with an employee departure, it’s important to have a process in place to ensure a smooth transition for both the employee and your business. Here are 6 important areas every employee exit plan should include. Read More
4 Rules for Record-Keeping
Employment laws and regulations for record-keeping are constantly changing, and add to that, federal, state, and local agencies have separate mandates for managing employment records. Staying in compliance with record-keeping requirements it's just one of many time-consuming (and confusing) areas that can take you away from running your business. Here are a few helpful guidelines for record-keeping. Read More
The Importance of HR in Business Decision- Making
While company executives and HR professionals don’t always share the same point-of-view, they do share the common goal of a successful business. To promote growth, reduce risks, and improve the company culture, Human Resources should be part of the team and have a seat at the table where business decisions are made. Here’s how to communicate the value of HR to business leaders. Read More
2021 HR Checklist for Q1
Your HR team is at the front of a wide variety of complex workforce issues that could impact your business in 2021. To help, we’ve made it simple with a checklist highlighting some of the most important HR tasks related to payroll, benefits, and compliance, and more for first quarter of 2021. Read More + Download Your FREE HR Checklist for Q1 2021
Can a PEO Help Your Business?
Absolutely. PEOs do much more than administering payroll and benefits. It’s also about a personal relationship and helping businesses thrive and survive. While the pandemic continues to present new challenges in the new year, you don’t have to face making tough decisions alone. A certified PEO, like Propel HR, can help by recommending ways to reduce risks, save money, and prepare your business for a successful 2021.
About Propel HR
Propel HR President Lee Yarborough was recently elected Chair of the National Association of Professional Employer Organizations (NAPEO) Board of Directors.
She spoke with PEO Insider magazine to share where she thinks the industry is headed and how NAPEO can continue to grow. Download a pdf version of the full interview: A Passion To Serve
Propel HR is an IRS-certified PEO that has been a leading provider of human resources and payroll solutions for 25 years. Propel partners with small to midsized businesses to manage payroll, employee benefits, compliance and risks, and other HR functions in a way that maximizes efficiency and reduces costs.