Deanna Arnold - Employers Advantage LLC
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Employee Benefits That Don’t Cost a Lot of Money, But Provide a Lot of Value

When it comes to a small business, every penny counts, just like every employee counts, in the successful operation of the business. But with health insurance and major benefits being too expensive for most small businesses to offer, how do you balance being able to recruit and retain good employees with benefits and incentives while keeping an eye on the bottom line of the business?

4 Hot Topics for Employers in the Summer Season

Summer time is a great time of year and is even better when companies are prepared and able to provide a great overall work experience for their employees. With the summer season comes a few things in particular that companies need to consider. Here are a few hot topics that may apply to your business.

5 Ways to Keep Your Business Out of Court

When it comes to business, there are so many things that owners need to do and think about to keep the shop running. The last thing they need is a lawsuit related to employment matters that can be easily avoided. Here are five tips to avoid employment lawsuits.

Four Reasons Job Descriptions Are Essential to Small Businesses

What a job description does for a company is why they are so important to have for each role. Most companies use job descriptions as a recruiting tool, to define performance standards, and career planning. Those are all great uses, but here are four more areas that job descriptions should be used for in a company.

New Year, New Rules: Time to Review and Revise

Each New Year brings with it new laws, rules and regulations based on the trends of business and human resources management. Here are just a few things that are happening in 2015 that employers need to be aware of and apply to their business if it makes sense.

New Year Means New Rules and Time to Review and Revise

Each New Year brings with it new laws, rules and regulations based on the trends of business and human resources management. Here are just a few things that are happening in 2015 that employers need to be aware of and apply to their business if it makes sense.

5 Tips for Avoiding Legal Issues

When it comes to business, there are so many things that a business owner needs to do and think about to keep the business running. The last thing they need is a lawsuit related to employment matters that can be easily avoided. Here are five tips to avoid employment lawsuits for small businesses:

Tips for Planning Holiday Parties and Year-End Celebrations

‘Tis the season for holiday festivities, end of year celebrations and employee recognition, but it is also a time of year that can be a source of liability for an employer if not handled properly. Here are a few quick tips for planning the upcoming company events.

Employer Hot Topics For Summer

The warmer weather and longer days can only mean one thing – summer is upon us! With the summer season comes a few things in particular that companies need to consider. Here are a few hot topics: Company Picnic Liability and Planning – A company summer picnic with food, games and entertainment can be a great

The Dos and Don’ts of Employee Discipline

You have an under-performing or problem employee who doesn’t seem to “get it.” You’ve told him over and over again but he keeps doing what you told him not to do and you don’t understand what the problem is and why he can’t just do his job right in the first place. Does this scenario

Employer Compliance: EEOC Addresses Six Priority Areas Of Claims Enforcement

In December of 2012, the EEOC laid out the details of its Strategic Enforcement Plan for fiscalyears 2013-’16 and identified six “national priorities” that focus enforcement efforts in the three general areas of hiring, pay and harassment. The six priority areas of claims enforcement are as follows: 1. Eliminating Barriers in ­Recruiting and Hiring. Last year, the EEOC