Staff Scheduling 101: New Employee Schedule Rules & Tools

  • Staff Scheduling 101: New Employee Schedule Rules & Tools - Liz Dillon

    Staff scheduling tips to help your small business survive the holidays and own 2017 The holidays are hectic—especially for your staff scheduling. More part-time workers, longer hours and last-minute shift changes can make managing the employee schedule—and controlling your labor costs—a huge headache. Register below for our free ‘Staff Scheduling 101’ webinar on Wednesday, Dec. 7 from…
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  • Small business owner report: End-of-the-year holiday outlook - Ashley Robinson

      While the upcoming Black Friday and Cyber Monday are critical days for most retailers, I was surprised to learn that those two key holiday shopping days just aren’t a big deal to most small businesses. Bank of America released its semi-annual small business owner study last week that uncovers aspirations, perspectives and pain points…
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  • The emerging tax classification gap - Jocelyn Mangan

    We often hear about the wage gap. But, one emerging reality from the trend of the flexible economy is a tax classification gap. For those not following, a few weeks ago, a London employment tribunal ruled that local Uber drivers will now be classified as employees of the San Francisco-based company vs. being considered self-employed…
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  • New overtime rules — what they mean for your small business - Liz Dillon

    How new overtime rules starting Dec. 1 will impact your overtime pay for managers In less than a month, your overtime pay policy for managers could be changing. New overtime rules—also known as the “Final Rule”—go into effect December 1, 2016, and the impact to your small business could be big. What is the new…
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  • Webinar: How to Write a Job Description That Maximizes Clicks and Applications - Kim Costa

    On any given job site on any given day, there are millions of job descriptions. That makes it increasingly difficult to stand out and attract the best hourly candidates for your small business. There are plenty of best practices out there for writing job descriptions, but the key to maximizing your business’s visibility and to…
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  • Get ready for Small Business Saturday - Susan Stavitzski

    Move over Black Friday. Wait your turn Cyber Monday. The real kickoff of the holiday shopping is Small Business Saturday on November 26. This shop small Saturday holiday, started by American Express in 2011, celebrates shopping at local small businesses and supporting the growth and contributions these establishments make to your local community. How can…
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  • Election 2016: Where the candidates stand on labor issues - Kim Costa

    It. Is. On. The 2016 presidential election has proved to be as unpredictable as ever…and just a little confusing. Maybe you’ve read the news, watched the debates or simply done your homework before you head to the polls. But just in case you haven’t (or you still have some questions), we’ve done some digging for…
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  • Infographic: What employers care about this election season - Kim Costa

    On Nov. 8, America will head to the polls to vote on a new president – a decision sure to affect the way hourly employers screen, hire and manage their employees over the next four years. That’s why Snagajob surveyed 1,000 hourly employers like you to gauge their thoughts on the upcoming presidential election and…
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  • Employers Facing Hiring Challenges This Holiday Season - Kim Costa

    82 percent of hourly employers expect to face challenges filling holiday positions this year, according to the latest data released from Snagajob, America’s largest marketplace for hourly work. With the national unemployment rate down to four percent and eCommerce for consumers up six percent, employers are having an increasingly hard time finding and keeping qualified…
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  • 2016 Holiday Hiring Report - Kim Costa

    The results of Snagajob’s 2016 Holiday Hiring survey are in! We spoke with over 1,000 hourly employers and learned that competition to hire workers is hot this year. It’s certainly a job seeker’s market. With unemployment down, there are less available workers. And with online shopping up from last year, employers are looking to fill more positions,…
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