Entries by Clark And Associates

Onboarding New Employees In 9 Simple Steps

Did you know that half of all management-level hires fail within the first 18 months of employment? The statistics are just as grim for hourly employees — half of them leave new jobs within the first 120 days!  Every HR professional knows that turnover is costly and all too common. The good news is that […]

Solutions At Work Expands Reach Statewide with Orgill/Singer & Associates Partnership

Solutions At Work, a leading provider of smart HR services and employee benefits solutions in Northern Nevada, has recently partnered with Orgill/Singer & Associates Inc. The partnership is expected to spur rapid growth and opportunity statewide for both parties. Orgill/Singer & Associates, a major independent insurance agency headquartered in Las Vegas, made a significant investment […]

Tips for Recruiting and Retaining Millennials

Today’s workforce is dramatically changing, influenced by trends like the retirement of baby boomers and the widespread use of the internet and social media. Recruitment strategies must also change in order to keep pace with technological advancements. For example, the paper application process has largely been replaced by electronic HR technologies. LinkedIn, Facebook, your company […]

How Can a Professional Employer Organization (PEO) Benefit Your Business? [INFOGRAPHIC]

Employee relations management, payroll services, HR compliance, recruitment. These administrative tasks are crucial to the business, but they can be laborious and extremely time-consuming. They distract you, the business owner, and leave you very little time for revenue-generating projects that can grow your business. The good news is, you can outsource these HR jobs and responsibilities while still having complete […]

2015 Compliance Calendar

Download the full 2015 Compliance Calendar, brought to you by Solutions at Work. It lists the important compliance due dates and reminders for 2015. The laws and due dates apply based on the number of employees, whether or not someone does business with the Government, and on benefits offered. Other state-by-state laws may also apply.

No Changes to the State’s Minimum Wage or Overtime Requirements for Nevada in 2014

Thoran Towler, the Nevada Labor Commissioner, announced that there will be no change to the state’s minimum wage or overtime requirements in 2014. The minimum wage for employees who receive qualified health benefits from their employers will remain at $7.25 per hour and the minimum wage for employees who do not receive health benefits will remain […]