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How to Keep Your Nonprofit Strong During Coronavirus Uncertainties

Nearly 95 percent of nonprofit organizations globally have been negatively impacted by the coronavirus. Funding dropped significantly in the first weeks of the pandemic, placing many nonprofits in crisis mode. While funding has increased since then, the organizations benefiting from it the most are involved in pandemic response.

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5 Best Practices for Onboarding Remote Employees

As businesses start to reopen, many HR leaders will be hiring remote workers for the first time. Hiring remote employees offers several advantages — and now that the coronavirus pandemic has forced businesses to do work virtually, they’re poised to make it work. But onboarding a remote employee has its own challenges to address.

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New Construction Projects Could Mean New Payroll Complexities — Here’s How to Meet Them

The coronavirus hit the construction industry at the worst possible time: right at the start of the busy season. Now that work is picking back up, many contractors will be making up for lost time, taking on as many projects as possible and bringing on more workers.

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Keys to Avoiding a Painful HCM Integration in Your Construction Company

Many construction companies have been burned in the past by purchasing HCM solutions that didn’t adequately run their payroll. But technologies are improving, and payroll companies are learning about the unique needs of the construction industry. 

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The Nonprofit Time Card Balance Beam

Have you ever attempted to walk on a balance beam while holding a bucket of water in each hand? Many grant managers and CFOs try to do that with payroll every day.

They’re walking the balance beam of funder or grantor compliance, while trying not to task their frontline employees with overly detailed time capture requirements. They’re attempting to balance process, technology and reporting requirements. After all, no one wants to divert employees’ efforts away from the mission or services.

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Prepare Your Organization Now for Post-coronavirus Worklife

No one predicted a global virus outbreak that would shut down workplaces all over the world. Organizations had to scramble to figure out what work life during a pandemic should look like. But returning to work doesn’t have to be chaotic and fearful, if you plan ahead and think strategically before it’s time to transition back to the work site.

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Are Your Remote Employees' Timesheets Accurate?

If your organization is working from home for the first time in this current pandemic environment, you may be wondering how to make sure you have accurate time records for your remote workers — especially your non-exempt employees. For example, if they're reporting overtime, how do you know if they worked the hours they're reporting?

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What Are Your Responsibilities to Remote Employees?

In the past month, thousands of companies found themselves suddenly transitioning into a remote workforce model. Many of those organizations are now realizing that an employer's responsibilities under those conditions aren't always clear.

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Your Remote Employees Need a Healthy Office Culture Too!

The coronavirus pandemic put most companies into panic mode. For a while, you're thinking purely about keeping operations going and moving to a remote model. Once you've figured out the logistics of working from home, how do you then take it to the next level? How do you foster team bonding and corporate culture?

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How to Build a Strong Remote Team from a Company That's Been There


When a major disruption hits your organization, such as the COVID-19 pandemic, everything changes overnight. Your entire business has to suddenly find a new way of operating. Some changes are simpler than others to figure out. For many companies, the idea of sending everyone to work from home is inconceivable.

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