Human Resources

PPACA Compliance Requires Patience

August 01, 2010
On March 22, 2010, President Obama signed into law the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, which aims to provide health insurance to all Americans regardless of their ability to pay. Here are the PPACA highlights that immediately apply to credit unions. READ MORE

Lower Your 401(k) Plan Costs

July 29, 2010

Increasingly, employers who provide their employees with a retirement plan are relying on 401(k) and similar defined contribution plans instead of defined benefit plans. As a result, participants are paying more of the cost of managing their pension plans, which can take a substantial toll on their retirement savings.

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Bureau of Labor Statistics Releases Benefits Survey

July 28, 2010

The Bureau of Labor Statistic’s National Compensation Survey provides comprehensive measures of occupational earnings, compensation cost trends, the incidence of benefits, and detailed benefit provisions.

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Are Credit Reports Relevant When Hiring?

July 21, 2010
Find answers in "Credit Reports and the Hiring Process: The Value (and Risk) to HR Professionals." READ MORE

CUNA/NCBA Sign Training Licensing Agreement

July 12, 2010
CUNA has signed a formal licensing agreement to provide training for National Cooperative Business Association members. READ MORE

12 Rules For Effective Employee Incentives

June 29, 2010
Behavior followed by a positive consequence is the basic premise of employee incentives. READ MORE

The ROI of Recognition Programs

June 15, 2010
Scrimping on employee recognition programs might be penny-wise, but it’s pound-foolish, agree human resource experts and practitioners. READ MORE

Combat Workplace Violence

June 02, 2010
Proactive employers can reduce the likelihood of workplace violence. READ MORE

It's Not Personal; It's Business

June 01, 2010

Face-to-face communication is becoming a lost art.

One of my favorite chick flicks is “You’ve Got Mail.” In the movie, Tom Hanks plays a character who owns a big chain bookstore and Meg Ryan’s character is the owner of a small corner bookstore previously owned by her mother.

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