Beating the Unemployment Maze – Part I

It’s no secret that I’m not a fan of our State when it comes to unemployment insurance.  Between state employees (i.e. Job and Family Services) rubber-stamping (approving) unemployment claims, their employee-friendly directives and other high-level orders extending the length of time that you can receive benefits, it’s becoming more difficult for companies to contest claims.  Not […]

TPA’s 101 – Part I

I often get asked my position regarding TPA’s.  So I decided to have a short lesson on what to ask of your TPA and why you should consider using one.

First, let’s clarify what a TPA is.  They are third party administrators.  You could also be talking about a broker – if you’re in the insurance […]

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Now that HR Whiz is fully operational, we are looking for individuals/companies/organizations to submit Guest Posts on topics our HR readers would like to know about.

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