Protect yourself from Cellphone Fraud

Criminals are becoming more sophisticated in their phishing messages to individuals.  We’re all accustomed to fraudulent email messages, and most email systems can filter out many of those threats.  However, have you thought about the need to protect yourself against threats on your cell phone?  We’ve compiled a list of security suggestions to protect yourself […]

2023 State Minimum and Tipped Wage Rates Chart

As we ring in the New Year, we’ve attached a helpful resource around Minimum and Tipped Wage Rates across the country.  Keep in mind these are all rates based on information available as of December 2022.  Some rates take effect mid year. To access the resource, click on the link below. 2023 State Minimum and […]

Essential StaffCare officially partners with Employdrive to help Staffing firms bridge the gap between payroll & benefits!

Employdrive is excited to announce that we have been recognized as an official partner of Essential StaffCare. ESC Partner Page About ESC: Essential StaffCARE is the largest provider of ACA-compliant health plans and supplemental employee benefits to the Staffing Industry. Serving over 2,450 staffing company clients and enrolling over 750,000 temporary employees annually, ESC offers […]

Reconfiguring the workplace for health and safety

Extract: Employers are considering how to enforce social distancing guidelines at work. Here are some of the best practices companies are using. As communities across the country open back up for business, companies must evaluate the best ways to ensure their workers are safe and healthy at work. Prior to the pandemic, a six-foot distance wasn’t […]

The Rehiring Process, Explained: How to Bring Back Employees After the Pandemic

Extract: As sections of the country open up for business, companies will have to decide how, when and who to rehire after furloughs and layoffs. The coronavirus pandemic led many employers to reduce their staff to save money. The Paycheck Protection Program was created by the U.S. government to provide funds to small businesses for payroll […]

With the ACA’s individual mandate ruled unconstitutional, what now?

When the 5th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals ruled 2-1 that the Affordable Care Act’s individual mandate was unconstitutional on Dec. 18, 2019, there was a moment of hesitation and uncertainty for employees and employers alike. Would this decision result in the wholesale overturning of the ACA? Would employer-sponsored health insurance packages become more expensive? Would individuals […]