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  • How To Advocate For Your HR Budget


    Advocating for an HR budget can prove challenging. HR software can be expensive, but how does it impact the company? Your goal should be to save company money and time with the use of any budget you create. We know that investing in HR is vital, but it’s not always easy to argue that when looking at the numbers and pitching a new budget to your boss. Today we wanted to share some tips on how to get the budget you need to succeed as an HR department.

  • 5 Ways To Save Money On Your HR Budget In 2020


    It’s September, which means that 2020 is on the horizon, and it’s time to reassess HR budgets. For the next few weeks on the WorkBright blog, we wanted to shed some light on how to be a more financially savvy HR department. We’ll talk about topics like advocating for your HR budget, where you should be spending your money in 2020, and so much more. To start, we wanted to shed some light on five ways to save money on your HR budget in 2020.

  • Common E-Verify Mistakes And Best Practices


    To close out this series on E-Verify, let’s talk about some common E-Verify mistakes and best practices. Do you want more information? Check out the other articles in this series we’ve shared recently about form I-9 and E-Verify. We want to help you make the most of your E-Verify experience, so let’s get started with today’s blog post. Common E-Verify Mistakes Since E-Verify is a new platform, you are bound to make mistakes.

  • Updated WorkBright Dashboard


    Welcome to the new WorkBright Dashboard! Monitoring the overall progress of your staff through the onboarding process can be a headache, and with so many time-sensitive actions, it’s especially important that you don’t waste time or miss important deadlines. That’s why we’re excited to announce the fully rebuilt WorkBright Dashboard. The new dashboard was designed to highlight time-sensitive action-items and make it easier to visualize the onboarding progress for your staff at-a-glance.

  • What You Need To Know To Succeed With E-Verify


    Last week on the WorkBright blog, we published a piece titled, “Everything You Need To Know About Form I-9.” We shared all of our expertise about the form, violations for not filling out the form, and more. This week on the WorkBright blog, we are turning our attention to E-Verify, the latest iteration of form I-9. In today’s post, we’ll be answering important questions like: What is E-Verify? Are you required to use E-Verify?

  • Everything You Need To Know About Form I-9


    If you’ve been following the news cycle recently, you’d know that ICE raids in the workplace are happening more often. There was recently a big raid in Mississippi that made headlines. ICE audits are up 400% from the fiscal year 2017 to the fiscal year 2018. So, what does this mean for your business? As a company, you need to make sure that you are following federal regulations for employment.

  • How To Replace Yourself By Creating Future Company Leaders


    As a company leader, you may be searching for the next best thing. Who will replace you if you decide to move up in the company or move on to another career opportunity? You don’t want to leave your colleagues hanging once you choose to make a career move. Replacing yourself isn’t as challenging as you think, and we are going to share multiple ways to create a new crop of company leaders.

  • 3 Things All Well-Written Job Descriptions Have In Common


    In recent years, job descriptions have become somewhat meme-worthy. If you log on to social media on any given day, you see conversations about how outrageous job description requirements can get sometimes. We understand that to get the best employees we must write great job descriptions, but how do you do this without excluding too many people? Today, on the blog, we are going to chat about the three things all well-written job descriptions include so you can attract better candidates.

  • How To Improve Workplace Empathy Through Building Cross-Department Bonds


    Building workplace empathy can be challenging for business leaders. We all work in our little bubbles. We can create friendships with our immediate colleagues quickly, but it can be hard for someone in recruiting to understand things from the sales perspective. As businesses grow, these challenges can become even harder to grapple with. This divide leads to an office environment that can take you back to the cliquey nature of your adolescent years.

  • 5 Tips To Make Sure Your Employees Have The Best First Week At Work


    The first week of work can be challenging for employees. Being the new employee on the block is fantastic because it means you started a new job, but you also have a ton of new information to navigate. As an employer, it’s your job to make sure that the week goes as smoothly as possible. Keep reading for five things you can do to make sure that your employees have the best first week.