Effective January 1st, 2017, OSHA now requires employers to submit their injury and illness reports electronically so that they can be uploaded to OSHA’s website, for the public to view.
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With Valentine’s Day around the corner, whirlwind workplace romance comes to mind. Dating in the workplace has been a muddled issue.
Many employers take great care in complying with safety regulations on site to ensure their employees and their pockets remain untouched. What company wants to lose valuable employees to an easily preventable injury?
100 million work days were lost to the flu during the last flu season. That’s an estimated $10 billion in loss! And this doesn’t even cover days lost to employees’ needing to stay home or leave early to care for loved ones with the flu. So how does this happen?
As of December 31st, 2016 minimum wage increases went into effect for New York State. As of January 1st, 2017 minimum wage increases went into effect in the state of New Jersey along with 17 other states across the country.
The Freelance Isn’t Free Act, Effective May 15th 2017, offers protection to all New York City residents who identify as freelance workers against underpayment and undue manipulation on behalf of their employers.
Many companies allow their employees to dress more “casually” during the summer months. It is fully understandable if employees want to wear more comfortable clothes when it’s hot and humid outside, but where do you draw the line? Wearing less clothing will help employees stay cool but it may give a bad impression if you […]
“A recent study showed that a virus went from the front door to half the office in four hours!” Little Known Facts: The average adult brings their fingers to the nose, mouth or eyes about 16 times an hour. Coffee pot handles were some of the first places the virus spread. A workspace with plastic […]
West Islip Patch, December 21, 2016 by Priscila Korb — West Islip resident Christine Ippolito, principle and founder of Compass Workforce Solutions, recently received the Long Island Power Women in Business Award from Star Network and Schneps Communications.
As 2016 comes to a close, we encourage you to remind your employees to review their W-4 information and submit a revise W-4 if they have any changes…