Filling a job vacancy is a big task. Unfortunately, you get only one chance to make a first impression, and the job posting is often your very first contact with a potential employee. But how do you make your job posting stand out above the rest? Watch the video below to learn five fast tips to make your job posting stand out.
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Payments for Medicare Premiums Also Prohibited
A recently released IRS letter reaffirms the agency's view that funds from a health flexible spending arrangement (health FSA) may not be used to reimburse health insurance premium payments or Medicare premium expenses.
Certain Premiums May be Deducted
U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) has released a new version of Form I-9, Employment Eligibility Verification. By September 18, 2017, employers must use only the new version.
Compliance Dates for New Form I-9
The new Form I-9 features a revision date of July 17, 2017. While employers may continue using a Form I-9 with a revision date of November 14, 2016 through September 17, 2017, as of September 18, 2017, employers must use only the new version.
Join us as we celebrate the successes and explore the challenges facing Minnesota manufacturers. Our annual Manufacturers’ Summit will be October 6 as Manufacturing Day is celebrated across the country.
Jim Snee, president and CEO of Hormel, will deliver the keynote address. Gain insight into the company’s track record of success and hear his outlook for continued growth.
Human Resources, Training & Development, Sales & Marketing
Ultra Machining Co., Monticello
UMC offers state-of-the-art precision machining and contract manufacturing services for medical, aerospace and commercial industries.
David Olson’s passion for and contributions to developing and growing Minnesota’s economy are continuing via an endowed scholarship created at the College of Business at Minnesota State University, Mankato with guidance and fundraising support from the Minnesota Chamber and the David C. Olson family.
Steven Rosenstone retired in July as chancellor of the Minnesota State system. His tenure will be marked by a strong relationship with the statewide business community in making the state’s postsecondary institutions more responsive to meeting employer needs. The collaboration was enhanced when David Olson, the late president of the Minnesota Chamber, served six years on the system’s Board of Trustees including two years as chair.
In many respects, the statewide property tax is among the most invisible of taxes paid by Minnesota businesses.
It’s automatically assessed by the Legislature with no hearing of any sort. It’s paid by all businesses whether they own or lease property. It represents about 30 percent of a company’s total property tax bill.
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