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7 Mistakes to Avoid When Terminating an Employee

Several employment law experts have recently focused on terminations, producing lists of varying lengths of mistakes employers make when firing someone. We’ve distilled the best of their advice here…
10 Warning Signs That an Employee Is about to Leave—and They Are Not What You Think
Are your employees who are thinking about jumping ship and leaving their jobs giving off cues that you should be picking up on—even if the would-be quitters think they are keeping their plans secret?
4 Challenging Payroll Quirks and Questions for Employers
Usually payroll moves along smoothly. You record time worked and pay the hourly wage or overtime. Still, every once in a while, a situation crops up that makes you shake your head and start frantically thumbing through your policy manual for an answer. Here are a few common issues. Editor’s Note: This article will be a bit longer than usual, but we felt it would be helpful to keep this information together in one complete article.
Are You Churning Employees? Here’s How to Stop
Gone are the days when “job hopping” placed a big red flag on a résumé. Today, young employees move up by moving on. Median employee tenure among 25- to 34-year-olds (Millennials) is just 3 years versus 10.4 years among 55- to 64-year-olds (Baby Boomers).