Slammed Online: How to Handle Bad Reviews by Ex-Employees

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In today’s digital world, just one disillusioned ex-employee can wreak havoc on an employer’s reputation. Even a single nasty Tweet that goes viral can affect a company’s sales, morale and ability to recruit and send company leaders scrambling to...

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Four Risks Small Businesses Face When Firing Employees

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When you’re a small business owner, having to fire an employee sometimes comes with the territory. The process is never without some anxiety. Adding to the unpleasantness are the inherent risks all employers assume when they decide terminating an...

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Axcet HR Solutions Expands Office to Accommodate Growth


Axcet HR Solutions, a Kansas City-based professional employer firm, announced today that it will relocate in mid-August from Lenexa to an expanded space in Overland Park’s Corporate Woods. Jerry Diddle, Axcet’s founder and CEO, said the company...

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Sick Days: What to do When Employees Lie

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“I’m sick” is sometimes the grown-up version of “the dog ate my homework.” It’s nothing new. For years, employees have been feigning illness just because they want a day off. What is new is that employers have more ways to check up on employees’...

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Axcet HR Solutions: Who We Are and What We Do

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Since 1988, we’ve been setting the standard in human resources services in the Kansas City area, helping local business owners successfully grow their companies. As a Professional Employer Organization (PEO), we provide a cost-effective option...

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Your Greatest Cybersecurity Risk Is Also the Secret to Reducing Your Company’s Vulnerability

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Hackers are after your company’s data. A University of Maryland study found that internet-connected computers experience cyberattacks every 39 seconds. And, while attacks against large companies get most of the media coverage, small businesses...

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HR Compliance: What Changes When Your Business Reaches 50 Employees

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Growing your business to 50 employees is a great accomplishment, one that you’ve undoubtedly worked long and hard for and should be celebrated. As a mid-sized business, your company has outgrown its start-up struggles, but now faces a whole new...

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Qualifying Life Events and Health Insurance Enrollment

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Prior to 2014, if a freelancer, consultant or sole proprietor needed to purchase health insurance, they could do so year-round, pending approval from the insurance provider. But with the passing of the Affordable Care Act in 2010, year-round...

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The ADA and Service Animals in the Workplace

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Because animals that assist and support people for a variety of reasons are increasingly common, employers should be prepared to address employee requests to bring them into the workplace. Companies should take particular note of federal law that...

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Don’t Force It: Avoiding Overexertion Injuries at Work

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Overexertion, a leading cause of workplace injury, accounts for about 25 percent of workers’ compensation claims every year. These injuries cost U.S. businesses $13.7 billion in 2018, according to the Liberty Mutual Workplace Safety Index.


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