Free E-book on Hiring Paperwork

A new business book, HIRING PAPERWORK, will be free for two days on Amazon (March 28-29, 2014).  This is an excellent resource to help with the following: Form I-9, W-4 Form, New Hire Registry, E-Verify program, and other new hire paperwork. Download a copy to your e-reader, smart phone, or computer to have it on hand when …

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Cheap Manager E-book

Help for managers, supervisors, and business owners. Amazon is holding a sale on Genuine HR's  latest e-book release: HIRING PAPERWORK. The price is only 99 cents for next five days. Get a copy for your e-reader, laptop, or smart phone. Its easy to read if you have the free Kindle App.  Its a great discount …

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Need help with New Hire forms?

Looking for an easy-to-use guide for completing new hire paperwork? Check out this book by Genuine HR  (part of the Be a Better Boss series) Hiring Paperwork written by the staff of Genuine HR Available from Amazon Price: $2.99 e-book A Description of the book: Here is a practical and concise guidebook to lead you through …

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Hiring Church Employees- discounted guidebook

For this week only, Hiring Church Employees, the e-book by Genuine HR, will be discounted to just $1.99 on Amazon. (Regular price is $4.99) Hurry and get a copy for anyone in your church that has hiring responsibilities.  Sale ends Sunday. Since it is an e-book, you can load it on your e-reader, laptop, desktop, …

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How to Hire Good Employees

Do you need practical help learning how to hire good employees? If so, we recommend an excellent guidebook on the subject: EMPLOYER'S GUIDE TO HIRING PEOPLE. This book covers the following topics: Assessing your staffing needs (Do you really need to hire someone? What kind of worker?) Advertising your job openings and deciding who to …

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How do I hire an employee for our church?

Is it time to hire an employee for your church?  If so, then you need to consider a few things in advance: 1. Will this person be Support Staff or Pastoral Staff?  Support staff (like office staff, janitors, gardeners, technicians, etc.) are NOT ordained and so most labor laws apply to them (OT, discrimination, lunch/rest …

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What is New Hire Reporting?

Federal law requires all states to maintain a New Hire Registry.  You, as an employer, must report any new hire within 20 days (or even faster in some states).   Most states allow you to report your New Hires online, simplifying paperwork. The main reason for these registries is to allow states to forward any Wage …

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How do I fill out a Form I-9?

Every employer must struggle with an I-9 Form, for it is required with each New Hire.  The new employee completes Section 1, while the employer/manager/supervisor completes Section 2.  (Section 3 is done at a later date- if at all)  So what goes where?  Which IDs can a New Hire show you?  You want to make …

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How often should employees get paid?

How often am I required to pay a non-exempt, hourly employee?  A business can get into trouble if they do not pay their staff as often as the law requires.  Some states require pay only once a month, others require it twice a month.  In some states, the rules even differ depending on the occupation.  As an …

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When does the OSHA 300a Form need to be posted?

Required posting of injury report.  All employers with 10 or more employees must post an OSHA Form 300a in a prominent area at their facilities.  This form reports all of your workplace injuries for last year.  Certain low-hazard industries have partial exemption from some of the OSHA reporting requirements.  (Determined by your SIC code, but mainly includes retail, …

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