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With less than 6 weeks remaining for employers to become compliant, chances for the overtime rule to be delayed or blocked are dwindling.

Currently, there are pending legal challenges to the overtime rule's implementation, including a lawsuit filed in a Texas federal court by a group of 21 states. In mid-October, these states asked the Court for an injunction preventing the rule from taking effect; however, the Court has yet to issue a ruling. 

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Why do your workers come in sick?

Presenteeism is the idea of workers going into work when they are sick. Recent researched looked to gain a better understanding of presenteeism and what causes it and to understand what leadership could to do minimize it. The research concluded that a demanding workplace atmosphere, stressful environments and job insecurity were the main reasons why workers were inclined to go into the office despite their illness. The research concluded that a higher level of motivation influences people to work when they’re sick. Those who were more motivated also demonstrated to be more committed to their organization and to have higher levels of job satisfaction. Some other reasons workers aren’t eager to take a day off include finding work coverage, understaffing, personal financial stresses, and overtime according to the study. Organizations should be cautious before making any policy changes when it comes to presenteeism. Researchers say that, in essence, policies should not promote presenteeism as a ...

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Sean McConnell, CEO of MBA, elected president of FAPEO association

The Florida Association of Professional Employer Organizations (FAPEO) is proud to announce that Sean McConnell has been elected president of the association. 

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The changing benefit landscape – what your company needs to know

While most HR teams are very good at analyzing short term data and responding to trends, not everyone goes through the exercise of examining long-term data to understand the changing landscape. Experts have taken a close look at the long-term data and have pointed out the following four ways in which employee benefits have changed in the past four years: Wait times are shorter: New hires are usually excited about their new job, but might not be so excited about having to wait for their various benefits to start These benefits can include paid time off, employer retirement contributions, medical, dental and vision benefits. The wait time has gotten significantly shorter over the past four years. In 2011, the average wait time was about 92 days. Now, the average wait time is roughly 85 days. High Deductible Health Plans are more and more common now than they were four years ago. The number of employers offering these plans has risen nearly 14 percent since 2012. It’s also the health plan that ...

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Employees more reliant on fitness apps and wearable fitness tools

In the past two years, twice as many Americans have started using wearable fitness tools and fitness smartphone apps to help in managing their health and wellbeing. Many employers aren’t eager to share their data collected with their employers, however. Nearly 33 percent of Americans are using mobile health applications. This number is up from just around 16 percent in 2014. Recent research indicates the applications are used primarily for fitness at nearly 60 percent, followed by diet and nutrition at approximately 50 percent and management of symptoms at around 35 percent. For employers searching for ways to gain insight into their employees health and fitness habits, wearable devices are a low cost means to gather data. But new research shows that employees aren’t eager to share all their information with their employer. Ninety percent of those who participated in a recent survey said that they would be willing to share the data collected from their smartphone app or wearable device with ...

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