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7 Business Decisions Your Company Will Need to Make to Thrive in 2021

2020 took every business by surprise and sent us all reeling before the end of the first quarter. The rest of the year was marked by quick responses, workaround solutions, and unplanned shifts in the way we work and do business.

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Why 2020 Hasn’t Stolen Our Gratitude

IDI has many reasons to be thankful this year, and our clients and partners are at the top of the list. Here’s why 2020 hasn’t stolen our gratitude.

This year has been one for the record books, and yet it isn’t difficult to feel thankful for what has come our way. In the midst of a pandemic and economic crisis — or maybe because of it — we at IDI see even more clearly the things to truly be grateful for.

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Intuit’s 4 Lessons Learned for the Future of Work Following the Pandemic

Sasan Goodarzi, CEO of Intuit, recently spoke at HubSpot’s annual Inbound conference and shared his company’s lessons learned from the pandemic. Intuit and IDI are in the same HCM space and have partnered on solutions for mutual clients, so I was excited to attend — and I was not disappointed. Sasan delivered timely lessons from the “forced social experiment” of 2020, which any company can apply.

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The Key to Managing Multiple Unions with Ease

It’s Saturday morning and you’re at your kid’s soccer game, but mentally you’re at work. Yesterday was payday, and the back of your mind is constantly monitoring for the buzz of your phone. You dread the thought of a call from the union steward about a union employee who was paid wrong.

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Navigating Coronavirus When You’re Doing Business in Multiple States

As IDI speaks with our clients around the country, it’s clear that COVID-19 has impacted different regions in different ways. Our clients in New York City have a reality that looks much different from others in Florida or Colorado.

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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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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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