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BlogNotions HR Blog delivers a diverse series of perspectives provided by human resources and employment thought leaders. Presented by NetLine, this forum delivers compelling updates on topics like best practices for motivating employees, legal developments that affect how to do business, and much more. Here you can find helpful information, ask questions, and collaborate freely.

Benefit Analysis Technology Helps Control Healthcare Spending

SPECIAL from HR Tech Las VegasThe world of HR is being changed by technology every day in new and exciting ways, with advancements in everything from promoting company culture to benefits management. Castlight Health presented its innovations at this year’s HR Technology® Conference and Expo in Las Vegas. “I looked at the healthcare system, and […]

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Wage Garnishment Basics

Wage garnishments are regulated under the Consumer Credit Protection Act (CCPA). The CCPA limits how much of an employee’s wages may be garnished and provides other protections as well. Let’s take a look at these CCPA protections along with some guidance for employers that must carry out court-ordered garnishments on employee pay. What Is a […]

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Top 10: HR Daily Advisor 2014 Year in Review

As we reach the end of 2014, we take a look back at some of your favorite articles. Here’s a list of the top 10 posts on the HR Daily Advisor website this year. ‘My Exempt Employee Has No PTO but Needs Time Off’ PTO banks can be a great way to simplify time off […]

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Tips for Preventing Fraud in Workers’ Compensation Claims

Most employers understand the benefits of workers’ compensation insurance. If an employee is injured on the job, the insurance kicks in to pay for the medical bills and at least a portion of the lost wages while the employee recovers. The employee doesn’t have to fear losing his or her livelihood after reporting the injury, […]

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Giving Employers What They Really Don’t Want

Sometimes what we think other people think is not what they think. Michael Barnes and Bob Sternberg studied the extent to which partners in an intimate relationship understood what each other wanted. What the study revealed was that people in intimate relationships don’t know very well what each other wants. Research also reveals that same […]

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Most Unusual Holiday Gifts Exchanged at the Workplace—2014 Edition

It’s that time of year again for CareerBuilder’s annual holiday survey that asked workers to share the most unusual gifts they’ve received from a coworker during the holiday season. While many gift-bearing workers stick to more traditional holiday offerings, such as ornaments and candy, others get a little more creative with their definition of the […]

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Fixing Engagement—What to Do

Yesterday’s Advisor featured Nicole Price’s take on engagement—it has to be coupled with personal accountability; today, her tips for getting your engagement going. Price, with Cy Wakeman, Inc., in Elkhorn, Nebraska, offered her tips at the 2014 Advanced Employment Issues Symposium, held recently in Las Vegas. How to Fix Engagement Here are Price’s tips for […]

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