Here’s a cautionary tale about just how badly severance agreements can wind up if they’re not being reviewed closely enough.
Employees are finally starting to come around to retirement savings tactics they had seen as intrusive and sneaky just a few short years ago.
If you’re adding new blood to Finance, the hiring process is not only about finding the most-qualified candidates, it’s also about exposing dishonest ones.
Nike just joined an increasing number of employers that are making sweeping pay changes in an effort to close the gaps between male and female employees’ paychecks and prevent bias problems down the road.
Here’s a critical lesson for finance pros: Just because a tragic event happens while one of your employees is doing their job doesn’t mean the company is on the hook for workers’ comp benefits.
Nine-figure health claims are becoming the norm rather than the exception.
Even if the DOL acknowledges a company made a minor, “common” mistake regarding overtime calculations, it doesn’t mean the agency will let that company off the hook.
Even if they do have the best intentions, well-meaning managers are often the source of companies’ wage-and-hour nightmares.
As parental leave policies are becoming increasing popular, finance chiefs need to keep this in mind: Not giving new fathers the same type of leave as new mothers to bond with a newborn or newly placed adopted or foster child can prove very costly.
With employers falling victim to costly phishing schemes and employee confidential info being comprised with alarming regularity, the IRS’ new cybersecurity tool should be of interest to benefits pros everywhere.