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(Finance Director / Controller)
We are reviewing our company handbook and I was wondering what the market is seeing in terms of parental leave. Specific questions: - Does you company require a specific tenure period...
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(Accountant)
Hi All, I currently work in a small business. Recently, due to rapid growth of a company, we started hiring couple of new employees. Initially, we never had a credit card policy. Since...
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Matt Dawson
(CFO at Dcs)
Hi.  My young company has handled corporate cellphone policy (reimbursement) inconsistently over the years.  Currently we have employees with their own phones and plan that...
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Steve Siino
(Workforce Mgt Consultant at Independent)
I am seeking the opinions of the group regarding experience with specific PEO providers, the general model, and recommendations specific to a company's size (0-49, 50-99,...
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Paul Remington
(CFO at Westbrook Technologies, Inc)
We have had a policy for working from home of not allowing employees to work from home.  However, I have discovered under certain circumstances (child sick, bad weather and...
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(Controller)
In a few of our departments (I'm controller of a large local bank) we've started to have a problem of salaried employees being lax about their arrival/departure times. We don...
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Shannon Mathews
(Controller at AKT LLP CPAs and Business Consultants)
Does your company have salaried staff log their time in a time sheet? If not do you make them turn something in to show their use of PTO/Bereavement/FMLA/other trackable hours? How...
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(Office Manager)
We are a small, 12 person start-up that is developing a breast cancer detection device. This device relies on a robotic mechanism and software. Of the 12 employees, 6 are software...
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Mariann Cumbo
(AR/AP Manager at Clarke)
Currently, we require our staff to submit receipts for expenses $50 and over. This is only when they are using their corporate purchasing/T&E card. What do other companies require...
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(CFO )
I am curious as to if companies have formal social media policies. During my last few speaking engagements I was surprised about how few do and/or it is not known to exist by employees...
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(VP Finance)
Some companies do not allow employees to hold jobs outside of their current full-time employment, some do. What kind of policy do you have in place for this? Does it depend on the...
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(CFO)
Company is quickly growing from $3M to $10M in less than one year. Area where we lack is T&E policy. Does anyone have a basic policy they'd be willing to share or point towards...
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Carrie Scott
(VP Finance at Private)
We've found that employees email inboxes are out of control. We want them to delete all the unnecessary emails, but we don't have a firm policy in place. I'd love to hear...
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Patricia Montour
(CPA, CGMA at Private Company)
We have company cars for regional managers. I would like to establish a company policy statement and wondered if anyone had a statement that they would be willing to share. I...
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Carol Johnson
(Controller at Private)
How do you handle employees who return from maternity leave and need to take a break every few hours because they need to pump? Do you offer a "mom's room" in the...
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Sherry Hudson
(Payroll Manager at Sequenom, Inc)
Are company's allowed to deduct fees (fines for tickets & tolls) from employees expense reimbursements? Are there any laws restricting this? What are some of your practices for...
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Jennifer Eversole
(Partner at Management Stack, LLC)
I am looking for ideas on putting together a comprehensive new hire process from the requisition stage all the way through onboarding/orientation. Does anyone have flowcharts or...