I’ve had to lay people off. What are my COBRA responsibilities?
As an HR professional, you may have employees who have been laid off recently. If you manage more than 20 employees, COBRA will be available to those employees.
Paylocity: Making Hiring, Payroll, and Onboarding A Breeze
Paylocity's sleek interface allows you to manage your workforce all in one place, while being easy to use for your employees to access their payroll information
Our strategic partner Get-Benefits offers a powerful online portal will streamline your administrative and human resource tasks, helping you get more done.
The Pitfalls of COBRA and State Continuation
If you are a small employer with 19 or less employees, your group qualifies for “State Continuation” when an employee leaves the organization.
No Insurance Card, No Benefits?
How many times have you made a doctor’s appointment only to show up without your health/dental/vision I.D. card? Or worse, felt like you could not even...
4 Ways Your Employees Aren’t Making the Most Out of Their 401(k) Investments
Using a 401(k) plan is a great way for your employees (or plan members) to invest in their retirement. But did you know that many members aren’t taking...
How Small Businesses Can Attract Ideal Employees with Group Benefits
A note from our benefits partner, get-benefits: Oregon Techworks works in partnership with get-benefits to provide access to affordable healthcare solutions...
Navigating Probationary Periods, Enrollment Adds, and Qualifying Events
When you get a new job, there’s immediate excitement that may make you look over or forget to ask about important aspects of the job.