For the past 18 years, Walsh Duffield has hosted an in-person educational seminar for our clients and friends. Although 2020 looks a bit different, we are still dedicated to providing resources and educational opportunities to help you succeed – which is why we are pleased to announce the launch of our month-long educational webinar series
With the rapidly changing environment and concerns surrounding COVID-19, many organizations are making a shift to a fully remote workforce. While remote work/telecommuting has become more mainstream, it is still very new to many companies who are learning how to handle this shift as it becomes a necessity. 7 tips to help you be successful
On June 6, Walsh Duffield hosted this year’s “Benefits Bonanza” – our annual educational seminar and vendor fair. The typical central plot of a western film is the classic, simple goal of maintaining law and order on the frontier in a fast-paced action story. Can we substitute western film plot with “everyday human resources and
Medicare’s Annual Enrollment Period (AEP) is here which means your Medicare eligible or “near eligible” employees are inundated with confusing communications. For HR professionals, it can be a challenge to assist with Medicare questions. The following are three key things all employers must know! 1. Is your group size considered large or small? In general, employers
There is a difference between having a choice and making a choice. Open enrollment is in full swing, which sheds light on the tough decisions that employers and employees need to make this time of year. Over the past 50 years, we have seen a great shift in how employers offer benefits to their employees.
On Friday afternoon, the NYS Department of Financial Services announced the 2019 Paid Family Leave updates and changes. You can review the updates on the NYS PFL website. As intended, the number of weeks eligible employees can take will increase to 10 weeks, effective January 1, 2019. The benefit will also increase to 55% of
Camping! One of those rites of passage that everyone has experienced. Whether it was you and your siblings crammed in the back of your family’s station wagon asking “are we there yet?”, pitching a tent with your friends in the backyard, or hitching up the RV, we have all had some adventure we remember fondly.
A new law requires employers in New York to adopt a sexual harassment policy and training program that meet certain standards. Details of the new requirements are presented below. Model Policy The state is expected to create and publish a model sexual harassment prevention guidance document and sexual harassment prevention policy. Every employer must adopt