Cybercrime is at an all-time high and hackers are targeting small and medium-sized businesses. Just one incident can have a significant impact on PEOs and their clients, potentially forcing your clients to close their doors. Some of the most prevalent cybercrimes happening today - like Paycheck Protection Program and unemployment claims fraud - come from stolen identities, phishing schemes, and ransomware attacks. Employees can be a company’s biggest liability, but they can also be the most effective front-line defender. Left unprotected, their digital footprint presents significant risk. This session talked about some of the most common types of cybercrimes that you and your clients face today and how to protect against these threats. They also discussed how educating employees and creating a culture of “personal digital wellness” helps protect both your clients and worksite employees. View the recording
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How can you assist your clients when they have an employee who wants to make an international move to be near family? Organizations are assessing how to diversify their talent and revenue streams in regions around the world. What advice can you give them? What are some of the challenges they’ll face in specific regions when wanting to set -up payroll in countries where they do not have an entity set up? What new and innovative ways to onboard talent can help them be more efficient and effective? In this session, Leah Cowperthwaite, Global Growth Manager, discussed: The top challenges your clients can face when hiring internationally for the first time. What does growth look like right now for your clients? What global payroll challenges exist? How can you help? Contractor Risk. What does an Employer of Record do? View the recoding
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As research continues to uncover the impact that financial stress has on employees, broadening the scope of employee total wellbeing to include financial wellness programs, in addition to the traditional physical and mental wellness programs, is a necessity. And with cybercrime rates reaching new highs – impacting the financial wellbeing of your clients and worksite employees alike – it is now more important than ever for PEOs to offer digital wellness benefits to complement financial wellness tools and help employees protect what they have worked so hard for. On Friday, July 16, David Seifert from Aura and Chris Moran from SAVVI Financial discussed how you can give them the tools to help employees be smart about their financial and benefit decisions, and the latest tools you can offer employees to protect those decisions. View the recording
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Beyond federal, state, county and city poster requirements are countless other posting compliance dictates that can land a business in trouble if overlooked. Mandatory employee notifications and handouts, foreign-language requirements, and online postings for employees and applicants are just some of the ever-changing challenges your clients face. With a finger on the pulse of more than 22,000 government agencies (every jurisdiction in the U.S.), the Poster Guard® compliance experts are well-positioned to share their insights regarding often overlooked gaps in labor law protection. This fast-paced session explained the types of mandatory handouts, detailed some of the many changes that have occurred so far in 2021, recapped locations with specific language requirements, reviewed potential penalties for noncompliance, and offered affordable solutions to guarantee complete posting compliance. View the recording
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The PEO model delivers a strong value proposition to small and medium-sized businesses. For example, if a PEO offers a 401(k) plan, prospects are three times more likely to go to a PEO than if they don’t. What’s more, they are more likely to stay with the PEO if they have a 401(k) plan as a part of their benefits package. Yet few PEO organizations have utilized the 401(k) effectively while marketing their services to SMBs, missing out on the growth opportunity.
This will ultimately help PEO leaders identify areas of opportunity within their organization - laying the foundation for a significant competitive advantage and improved business outcomes. This session is only open to PEO members.
On November 5, Swipeclock presented on scheduling challenges in the era of hybrid work. The session covered:
- Why PEOs should consider adding advanced scheduling tools to their offering.
- Best practices for time tracking and scheduling in hybrid work environments Tips on tools and processes for building confidence for on-premise teams Predictive scheduling and other regulations that affect your customers.
- Common scheduling challenges in health care, hospitality and manufacturing including labor forecasting, managing overtime, schedule preferences and shift swaps.
You can view the recording here and the slides here.
In today’s market, with the financial impact of COVID ongoing, businesses are still trying to survive and thrive with recovery and growth being the primary objective for many. PEOs need to view current and new client risk in fresh ways. This webinar will provide PEOs with business and financial insights useful for assessing the risk for retaining current and prospective clients. Our insights will break down key elements that should be examined for risk in different ways specifically including:
- Major reasons why PEOs lost clients due to COVID
- Major reasons why PEO clients grew during COVID
- Traditional Risk Management vs Financial Risk Assessment
- Surviving Clients Condition Post COVID – how do they begin to thrive
- Challenges and impediments for PEO client growth
- Financial condition past and Future
- Tracking Client Health Progress – Quarterly Check
January 21, 2022.
During this presentation, Slavic401k founder and CEO John Slavic provides insights on the economic future, the reordering of the business economy, and the implications for SMBs and the PEO industry.
COVID-19 started a trend with labor disruption, exacerbated by government bailouts and the persistence of the virus for nearly two years. The problem is, SMBs and the economy can’t survive a protracted disruption like this. Consequently, we are going to see a reordering of businesses. PEOs will need a more focused lens on the future, not relying how business was conducted in the past. Those who are adept will expand, grow, and profit from it. Those who aren’t will eventually languish.
This fundamental change is underway. Learn how to stay ahead of the curve.
The adoption of virtual care increased exponentially during COVID offering employers new ways to provide healthcare benefits to employees. The rapid adoption has proven that virtual care is here to stay, however, it is quickly evolving beyond traditional primary and urgent care solutions. What’s next in virtual care?
Join Summus Global to learn about the shifting landscape of virtual care to virtual specialty care—which targets the broad swath of healthcare where all of the cost and complexity live. RecordingSlides
During this round table discussion, our panel of Cybersecurity experts featuring isolved Chief Information Officer, Todd Atwood; isolved Chief Information Security Officer, Tom Watson; Brian N. Cyprian, Supervisory Special Agent for the FBI; Chris Furtick, Director, Incident Response and Planning for Fortalice Solutions; and, Evan Taylor, Senior Vice President and Risk Consultant for NFP answer questions on topics such as Ransomware, Cyber Insurance, Tools & Technologies, Best Practices and more.
As we all know, this topic is not going away any time soon; in fact, the threat continues to increase and arming ourselves with as much information as possible to help mitigate the chance of falling victim to an attack is critical. RecordingPresentation
This session focuses on analyzing PEO client (new and existing) financial fitness, also referred to as financial risk management. Can PEOs assess and understand their clients' past, current, and future financial fitness relative to the products and services provided within their markets to measure and mitigate their financial risk? Learn how to assess and help a client’s financial fitness in a simple but effective way.
Over the past two years, workplace challenges spurred on by pandemic disruptions, social/political unrest and labor shortages have shifted the needs and priorities of both employers and employees. Today’s employees are demanding more choice, customization and benefit options that will support them mentally, physically and financially. Our speakers will share market perspective on how employers are integrating voluntary benefits and lifestyle solutions, as part of the total rewards package. Employers can use lifestyle and voluntary benefits to help meet employees where they are at, every step of the way. In addition, our speakers will highlight best practices for implementing voluntary benefits in the PEO space.
Absent location constraints, companies can now hire highly skilled, cost-effective talent across regional talent hubs. In parallel, the prevalence of remote work is pushing countries around the world to produce the best available talent, to fill the gaps of projected skill shortages and cater to the demand of global industries. Local market talent shortages can be easily solved with international hires, provided you have the right partner guiding you through the international recruitment, onboarding and retention process. Ready to debunk the talent shortage myth?
More often that not, the number one thing that can cause issues in a claim is lack of communication. Whether it is better communication between the carrier and employer up front in an investigation, more explanation to the injured worker about what to expect during the work comp process, or the employer communicating with the employee throughout the process, proactive communication is key for success. During this webinar we will go into detail surrounding the importance of communication throughout the life of the claim, what each party can do to be better involved and collaborate, all with the goal of quicker return to work and a solid outcome. We will outline simple best practices that PEO’s and their client companies can utilize to streamline their work comp process and keep everyone engaged throughout the process. We will also discuss how these best practices can affect the overall underwriting process and attractiveness of a PEO.
With one in five adults experiencing these challenges, it’s important to understand the physical, social and financial impact on individuals and the workplace. That’s why Guardian has partnered with Spring Health to bring personalized mental wellness benefits to all employees and their families.
The role of technologies such as AI and IoT are evolving fast, and nowhere faster than in the world of HR. During this session, we will explore how AI can help create a better, more diverse workplace, and how IoT and natural language processing can unshackle HR teams from the day-to-day tasks by empowering employees to take control.