Informational Resources

As an employer, it’s important to stay abreast of the latest business- and employment-related news and trends. That’s why we conduct research and provide you with information to help you work more efficiently. Visit our Informational Resources page often for the latest webinars, white papers, and more.

White Papers

The Emerging Workforce
The workplace is always evolving. The recession, in particular, has hastened and highlighted many of these changes, including the growing age gap among the current workforce. Are you prepared for this age shift among employees and how it could potentially affect your business? Learn more about how you can balance the generational gaps in order to prepare your business for future success by reading this white paper.

Cyber Prowlers: How Companies Are Using Social Media to Steal Your Top Talent

When Employees Quit, But Don’t Leave

Defining Your Company’s Culture

A Case For Training: How Investing In Employees Now Will Pay Off In the Future

The Growing Impact of Wage-and-Hour Regulations (U.S. ONLY)

The Growing Impact of Wage-and-Hour Regulations (CANADA ONLY)


Blogs, Social Media, and SEO (12:24)
Search engine optimization (SEO) is a strategy used to increase the number of unique visitors to a website by ensuring it ranks higher in search engine results than other similar sites. So how do you make sure your company tops the search results list? This presentation will discuss how social media and company blogs can positively impact your SEO efforts.

IFRS (10:22)
International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS) is quickly becoming the worldwide standard. The SEC has recommended that all U.S. public companies adopt the system by 2014. The transition to IFRS will likely require sweeping changes to many of your client’s current accounting policies and procedures. This webinar focuses on how IFRS could affect you and what you need to know to make a smooth transition.

1099 Contract Workers (10:44)
It’s the employer’s job to ensure contractors and employees are properly classified, so it’s important to know you’ve done your due diligence to prevent placing your business at risk. This webinar focuses on the proper classification of contract workers, the consequences of misclassification, and what documentation you need to protect their business.


Counter Offers - The Ugly Truth for Employers