The COVID-19 outbreak has completely changed the way we live, the way we do business, and the way our economy functions as a whole. Many states are still in lockdown. More people are being asked to work from home. Video conferencing and Zoom have replaced face-to-face interactions.
Part of building a successful company is creating a peaceful, collaborative, and supportive work environment for your team. But no matter how great your work environment (or your team members), at some point, conflict is inevitable.
You want your employees to love working for you. But, no matter how much they enjoy their jobs, you know that they’re still going to desire (and deserve) some time off.
Navigating the process of filing for unemployment can feel overwhelming. And with the coronavirus, the process is changing and evolving—and it’s more important than ever to understanding how to file for unemployment in California, what benefits you may be eligible for, and what steps you need to take to make sure you receive the money you need to support yourself and your family through this difficult time.
The coronavirus pandemic is creating unprecedented challenges, both for public health and the economy—and those challenges are causing many businesses to lay off their employees and shutter their doors, at least for the time being.
At first glance, tracking employee time seems pretty straightforward. Your employees simply denote the hours they were at work on a timesheet, or punch a time clock and turn their time cards in at the end of the week or month. What could go wrong?