Do you have employees that work in any of the following states? If you have even one employee working in any one of these states, be aware that there are specific laws that you must comply with! Colorado – Law: Paid Family and Medical Leave (PFML) Implementation: 1/1/2023 – 1/1/2024 Paid Via: EE and ER […]

Remote Onboarding Success Plan Remote workplaces have become very commonplace in our world today. In fact, a PwC survey of 669 CEOs, 78% agree that remote work is here for the long-term. As a result, remote onboarding has become part of the normal Human Resources operation in companies. Let’s dive into what remote onboarding looks […]

  Think for a minute about all you have done today. Now, from that list of tasks, how many would you say you have done well? Again, from the list of tasks you feel you’ve done a good job on, how many were you praised for by your manager or even a co-worker? We all […]

According to WebMD, the eyes are the most highly developed sensory organs in your body. They report that more of your brain is dedicated to the sense of sight than to all of the other senses combined. So, it makes sense that you would do all that you can to protect and care for these […]

Think for a minute about all you have done today. Now, from that list of tasks, how many would you say you have done well? Again, from the list of tasks you feel you’ve done a good job on, how many were you praised for by your manager or even a co-worker? We all crave […]

April 2021 By George Paulsen, CPA, Tax and Advisory Partner of Hood & Strong LLP There is a lot of pending legislation in Congress right now. Of note, Senator Bernie Sanders is proposing a far-reaching estate tax that would apply to the top 0.5 percent of American taxpayers, which he is calling the “For the 99.5% […]

Just as with any good, healthy relationship, communication with employees is key. Only communicating with employees regarding their benefits package during open enrollment will most definitely result in them not taking full advantage of all it has to offer. In an effort to assist employees in understanding and maximizing their benefits, companies should use a […]

In 2020, the MDRT Foundation awarded a USD $5,000 grant to the One Hit Away Foundation, a local Bay Area 501(c)(3) non-profit that provides resources for education and advocacy for brain health from sports-related brain injuries. Through its global grants programs, the MDRT Foundation is committed to building stronger families and communities around the globe. […]

By Morgan Carpenter March 2021 Introduction After a year of isolation, grief, and adversity, mental health has been at the forefront of national conversations. How do you take care of yourself, your family, and your colleagues during an unprecedented global pandemic? As people cope with new or amplified feelings of anxiety and depression, employers may […]

March 2021 By George Paulsen, CPA, Tax and Advisory Partner of Hood & Strong LLP The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act was enacted in the last administration’s second year and created two revenue raisers that impact people with business losses. When COVID-19 closed businesses, Congress deferred these revenue producers until 2021 and provided tax benefits […]