Workers’ Compensation for Telecommuters or Remote Employees

The statistics supporting telecommuting or remote employee positions are hard to miss. For example, about 3%[1] of the US workforce spends at least half of their time working from home. And this trend is only moving upward. It is projected that before 2030 nearly 38%[2] of full-time employees will be working remotely. 
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Setting Standards for Accountability and Role Expectations

Your business, regardless of industry, requires devotion to employee accountability in order to maintain a productive and healthy work environment. While each industry is different, the outcomes or goals are relatively similar. 
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Benefits of Unlimited PTO

Traditional paid time off (PTO) is typically separated into either vacation or personal days and sick days. Some employers offer a single bucket for time off from which employees can use the days as they see fit. Other employers offer unlimited PTO. 
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Unpacking Voluntary Benefits: Critical Illness

 
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