“The reality is that clients and employees will need staffing more not less in this new economy. And it’s extremely important to have software that can manage the volumes on both sides of the need.”
Worker safety should always be top of mind for businesses, particularly when taken into consideration with the rising cost of Worker’s Compensation coverage, health care and in general, employee wellness. Here are eight suggestions and best practices.
COATS Staffing Software was happy to send our representative, Jessie Sierra, to Phoenix, Ariz. for the Annual TempNet Conference.
President Donald Trump’s Executive Order on the Affordable Care Act makes it very clear that the administration’s goal is to repeal the law. But the goal of this order is to set some temporary guidelines while the legislature takes on the challenge of reforming health care. While Washington determines their next move, COATS Staffing Software has been working on the tracking and reporting aspects of this law since its inception.
It’s inevitable. It’s cliché. But it’s a new year and everyone takes a few seconds to take an assessment on their direction – whether that’s a look at their business, career, or personal lives.
One of the concerns this time of year is preparing government forms. And part of that preparation includes counting them. This is pretty easy to do using COATS.
While the holiday season gives us lots of lists that should be pleasant, we can thank the government for a myriad of additional items that business owners need to prioritize between now and Jan. 31.
COATS Staffing Software is excited to announce our strategic partnership with MJA & Associates, a specialist in government tax incentives.
We are extremely excited to announce our new product launch, COATS Visual, and a new value-added option, Electronic Onboarding!
A federal court has enjoined the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) salary increase. The court’s order, entered on November 22, 2016, is a nationwide preliminary injunction. As a result, employers do not have to comply with the new FLSA salary threshold on December 1, 2016.