Author: Katie Cull

Connecticut Expands Paid Sick Leave: New Law Covers More Workers

05 / 2024 | Laws and Regulations

 

Changes to Connecticut Paid Family Leave   Governor Ned Lamont signed legislation expanding Connecticut’s paid sick leave law to cover more workers. The law, which previously applied to employers with 50+ employees in specific sectors, will now include nearly all occupations starting January 1, 2025. The requirements will be phased in over three years: employers […]

 

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Markup vs. Margin: A Guide for Staffing Agencies

04 / 2024 | Uncategorized

 

Welcome to our latest blog post where we’ll be diving into a fundamental aspect of financial management for staffing agencies: understanding the crucial difference between markup and margin. For many in the industry, these terms can often be confusing or used interchangeably, but mastering their distinction is essential for ensuring profitability and sustainable growth. So, […]

 

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Implementing Employee Recognition Programs with Employee Feedback

11 / 2022 | Employee Relations

 

Using “Languages of Appreciation” To Implement Employee Recognition Programs   In our last post, we saw research that revealed how important employee recognition is in the current job market with statistics on preferred types of recognition. Now that we know it’s important, you might be thinking “What next?” or “Where do I even begin?”. There […]

 

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New Research Shows the Importance of Employee Recognition

11 / 2022 | Employee Relations

 

Employee Recognition is a Win-Win We all know that the words “thank you” are significant. It’s one of the first polite expressions that many children learn, there are songs dedicated to expressing thanks, and we even have a holiday that encourages people to reflect on what they are thankful for. Now, new research from Eagle […]

 

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Minimum Wage Changes Coming in 2023

09 / 2022 | Wage and Hour

 

Being an employer has never been so complex. With rapidly changing tax laws, state-mandated benefits, and changes in wage and hour laws, there is a lot to keep track of to stay compliant. Minimum wage is a hot topic and many states are making changes to their minimum wage laws beginning in 2023.  Here is […]

 

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