New Year’s Tips from Your Human Resources Professionals
The beginning of a new year is a great time to internally audit some of your HR-related practices. Employers should work toward establishing their Human Resources priorities and improving their organization’s Human Resources functions.
Six HR Areas to Review During 2013
The following six areas are ones that all employers should review to ensure compliance with legal requirements and with HR best practices.
- Employee Handbook
- Paid Time-Off Benefits
- Performance Management System
- Health Care reform requirements
- OSHA 300A Summary
Learn More About These Six Hot HR Areas for 2013
To learn more about each of these tips, be sure to read the featured article by the HR pros at MyHRSupportCenter, New Year’s Tips from Your Human Resources Professionals. If you’re not yet signed up or would like a free trial of MyHRSupportCenter, contact Vision Payroll today.
David Michaels, Assistant Secretary of Labor for OSHA
The Occupational Safety & Health Administration (OSHA)
requires that employers post Form 300A, Summary of Work Related Injuries and Illnesses
be posted by all establishments covered by Part 1904
. This summary page must be posted from February 1 to April 30 of the year following the year covered by the form.
Form 300 Should not Be Posted
OSHA’s Form 300, Log of Work Related Injuries and Illnesses, should not be posted.
Optional Worksheet Is Available
Employers may use the optional Worksheet to Help You Fill Out the Summary to calculate some numbers to enter on Form 300A. The numbers for average annual number of employees and total hours worked by all employees last year can be estimated using this optional worksheet.
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Contact Vision Payroll if you have further questions on the posting period for Form 300A.