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HR, payroll, workers compensation insurance, employee benefits, outsourcing

Latest Episodes

150: Thank You and Goodbye

It’s time to turn my attention toward executing the business plan I’ve been working on for the past 12 months. Hey everybody, welcome to the FINAL episode of SmallBiz Brainiac! Yes… I’m ending this podcast. That’s hard for me to say, actually. This has been a labor of love for me and I’ve learned so…

5 MIN2017 AUG 22
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150: Thank You and Goodbye

149: Managers or HR, Who Should Handle Hiring and Firing?

Empower your Managers to make their own hiring and firing decisions. Who in your organization should be responsible for recruiting, interviewing and hiring candidates? Who should be responsible for carrying out the unenviable task of letting employees go, regardless of whether it is for performance, behavior, or just downsizing? I’m a firm believer in tasking…

6 MIN2017 AUG 17
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149: Managers or HR, Who Should Handle Hiring and Firing?

148: Should I Buy EPLI?

It doesn’t matter if you are guilty or not, an employment discrimination claim is going to cost you. EPLI stands for Employment Practices Liability Insurance. The free reportavailable on our website, smallbizbrainiac.com, called “8 Steps to Lowering Your Employer Liability”, is all about buying EPLI insurance. The very process of preparing the complete the application…

9 MIN2017 AUG 15
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148: Should I Buy EPLI?

147: Understanding Total Compensation

Total compensation statements show employees how much you’re actually investing in them. Today I want to talk to you about your employees total compensation. No, total compensation is not simply the employees annual salary. It is more than that. It refers to the total cost of employing an individual. Why is this important? I believe…

8 MIN2017 AUG 10
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147: Understanding Total Compensation

146: Minimum Wage Madness in Minneapolis

The city of Minneapolis has bought into the voodoo economic theory that they can regulate the labor market and bend it to their will. Even if you don’t have employees in Minneapolis, you need to stay on top of all the local HR lawsbecause they are a sign of things to come. Especially if you…

10 MIN2017 AUG 8
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146: Minimum Wage Madness in Minneapolis

145: Challenges With Remote Employees

A Big challenge with remote employees is communication. Some managers fall victim to the “out of sight, out of mind” syndrome. Having remote employees away from your main or corporate office is nothing new. With today’s technology however, it has become increasingly more prevalent. Businesses are no longer forced to look in their local market…

8 MIN2017 AUG 3
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145: Challenges With Remote Employees

144: How HR Should Prepare For A Recession – Part 4

Nine million people losttheir jobs in the Great Recession, and over 150,000 businesses shutdown. Create a plan for dealing with it before it happens again. I’ve spent 3 episodes teaching you what a recession is and what economic indicators you should be watching to signal danger. I’ve tried convincing you that we’re on the verge…

8 MIN2017 AUG 1
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144: How HR Should Prepare For A Recession – Part 4

143: Be Serious About HR

If you don’t take HR seriously, no one else in your company will either. I know you are serious about your business. You’re serious about the work that you do to service your clients. Are you carrying this seriousness over to your own employees? You want, and frankly need, your employees to be your biggest…

7 MIN2017 JUL 27
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143: Be Serious About HR

142: How HR Should Prepare For A Recession – Part 3

Yahoo Finance reported in 2016 that 93% of the entire stock market move since 2008 was caused by Federal Reserve policy. In parts 1 and 2 we learned that arecession is a significant decline in economic activity spread across the economy, lasting more than a few months. We also learned there’s NOT a consensus amongeconomists…

7 MIN2017 JUL 25
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142: How HR Should Prepare For A Recession – Part 3

141: Form I-9 Revisions

Even though Form I-9 revisions seem insignificant, failure to comply can result in fines. Today we’re going to focus on some changes that have recently been made to the Employment Eligibility Verification Form I-9 by the U.SCitizenship and Immigration Services. Overview of Form I-9: The Form I-9 has been in use since 1986 for the…

7 MIN2017 JUL 20
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141: Form I-9 Revisions

Latest Episodes

150: Thank You and Goodbye

It’s time to turn my attention toward executing the business plan I’ve been working on for the past 12 months. Hey everybody, welcome to the FINAL episode of SmallBiz Brainiac! Yes… I’m ending this podcast. That’s hard for me to say, actually. This has been a labor of love for me and I’ve learned so…

5 MIN2017 AUG 22
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150: Thank You and Goodbye

149: Managers or HR, Who Should Handle Hiring and Firing?

Empower your Managers to make their own hiring and firing decisions. Who in your organization should be responsible for recruiting, interviewing and hiring candidates? Who should be responsible for carrying out the unenviable task of letting employees go, regardless of whether it is for performance, behavior, or just downsizing? I’m a firm believer in tasking…

6 MIN2017 AUG 17
Comments
149: Managers or HR, Who Should Handle Hiring and Firing?

148: Should I Buy EPLI?

It doesn’t matter if you are guilty or not, an employment discrimination claim is going to cost you. EPLI stands for Employment Practices Liability Insurance. The free reportavailable on our website, smallbizbrainiac.com, called “8 Steps to Lowering Your Employer Liability”, is all about buying EPLI insurance. The very process of preparing the complete the application…

9 MIN2017 AUG 15
Comments
148: Should I Buy EPLI?

147: Understanding Total Compensation

Total compensation statements show employees how much you’re actually investing in them. Today I want to talk to you about your employees total compensation. No, total compensation is not simply the employees annual salary. It is more than that. It refers to the total cost of employing an individual. Why is this important? I believe…

8 MIN2017 AUG 10
Comments
147: Understanding Total Compensation

146: Minimum Wage Madness in Minneapolis

The city of Minneapolis has bought into the voodoo economic theory that they can regulate the labor market and bend it to their will. Even if you don’t have employees in Minneapolis, you need to stay on top of all the local HR lawsbecause they are a sign of things to come. Especially if you…

10 MIN2017 AUG 8
Comments
146: Minimum Wage Madness in Minneapolis

145: Challenges With Remote Employees

A Big challenge with remote employees is communication. Some managers fall victim to the “out of sight, out of mind” syndrome. Having remote employees away from your main or corporate office is nothing new. With today’s technology however, it has become increasingly more prevalent. Businesses are no longer forced to look in their local market…

8 MIN2017 AUG 3
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145: Challenges With Remote Employees

144: How HR Should Prepare For A Recession – Part 4

Nine million people losttheir jobs in the Great Recession, and over 150,000 businesses shutdown. Create a plan for dealing with it before it happens again. I’ve spent 3 episodes teaching you what a recession is and what economic indicators you should be watching to signal danger. I’ve tried convincing you that we’re on the verge…

8 MIN2017 AUG 1
Comments
144: How HR Should Prepare For A Recession – Part 4

143: Be Serious About HR

If you don’t take HR seriously, no one else in your company will either. I know you are serious about your business. You’re serious about the work that you do to service your clients. Are you carrying this seriousness over to your own employees? You want, and frankly need, your employees to be your biggest…

7 MIN2017 JUL 27
Comments
143: Be Serious About HR

142: How HR Should Prepare For A Recession – Part 3

Yahoo Finance reported in 2016 that 93% of the entire stock market move since 2008 was caused by Federal Reserve policy. In parts 1 and 2 we learned that arecession is a significant decline in economic activity spread across the economy, lasting more than a few months. We also learned there’s NOT a consensus amongeconomists…

7 MIN2017 JUL 25
Comments
142: How HR Should Prepare For A Recession – Part 3

141: Form I-9 Revisions

Even though Form I-9 revisions seem insignificant, failure to comply can result in fines. Today we’re going to focus on some changes that have recently been made to the Employment Eligibility Verification Form I-9 by the U.SCitizenship and Immigration Services. Overview of Form I-9: The Form I-9 has been in use since 1986 for the…

7 MIN2017 JUL 20
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141: Form I-9 Revisions
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