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April 20, 2017

DynamicHR Sponsoring 2017 MDAHU Medicare Summit & Benefits Expo

DynamicHR is sponsoring and speaking at the annual Medicare Summit and Benefits Expo in Sterling Heights on May 10 and 11, hosted by the Metro Detroit Association of Health Underwriters (MDAHU). As a Platinum Sponsor, DynamicHR will have the opportunity to share information at a booth...

November 23, 2016

Texas Judge Blocks New Overtime Regulation

The new overtime regulation is set to take place on December 1st, 2016, but a federal judge in Texas decided to stop the regulations from taking effect. For more information, you can read this article by Clark Hill....

November 15, 2016

DynamicHR is Hiring!

Interested in joining the DynamicHR team? We're looking for Payroll Specialists! Please see the description below, and if you're interested, feel free to reach out to our HR Manager Donna Pylar at dpylar@dynamichr.com. Payroll Specialist Position Description Ensure accurate processing and recording of client’s payroll, provide timely and...

November 3, 2016

Depending on Your State, You May Get Time Off to Vote

With Election Day right around the corner (November 8th to be exact), some employees aren't sure if they're able to take time out of their days to go out and vote. While voting may only take 15-20 minutes on average, it could take much longer in...

November 1, 2016

Keeping Employees at 40 Hours with the New Overtime Rule

For some salaried employees, and many managers, December 1st is going to be a big day of change. The new federal overtime rule goes into effect on December 1st, 2016. What does that mean for businesses? For starters, the standard salary is about to double (from $455...

October 27, 2016

Did You Know – Then vs. Now

According to an article on Forbes, a lot has changed in the employee regulation realm over the years: There is 8.5 times more regulation per employee today than there was in 1950.  The article also states that while the economy has grown 700% since then, federal regulation has...

October 25, 2016

Politics at Work

Since it's election season, conversations around the office tend to turn to the presidential candidates and issues surrounding Election Day. Some light chatter here and there isn't too bad, but a big question is - what happens when your boss starts voicing his/her opinion? Well, according to...

August 25, 2016

Making Enrollment Humorous

Trying to explain complicated concepts to your employees can be hard. Trying to keep their interest during the explanation can be even harder. So, what’s one way you can keep their attention while helping them to better understand? By incorporating humor into your presentations. Using humor...

April 5, 2016

New York and California Raise Minimum Wage to $15

Late last week, both New York and California announced their plans to raise minimum wage to $15 over the next few years. These states are two of the first to commit to a $15 an hour wage, which will set an example and influence for other states...