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LEHIGH VALLEY, PA (July 25, 2011) hireVision Group is pleased to announce the recent promotion of Kelly Coblentz, PHR, to Director of HR Services. Her previous role at the company was HR Director – Client Partner. “Kelly is the best kind of human resources expert,” says company president and CEO, Tina Hamilton. “She stays on…Read More
(Just a friendly reminder about those 5500 & 5500-EZ forms, folks.) hireVision would like to take this moment to remind employers about the upcoming July 31, 2011 filing deadline for your company’s 5500 & 5500-EZ forms. The United States Department of Labor (DOL) now uses the EFAST computerized processing system. EFAST is designed to simplify…Read More
The U.S. Department of Labor recently launched its first application for smartphones, a timesheet to help employees independently track the hours they work and determine the wages they are owed. The free app is currently compatible with the iPhone and iPod Touch and is available in English and Spanish. It makes it easy for users…Read More
LEHIGH VALLEY, PA (April 5, 2011) Great budget saving news is coming out of Northampton County. Through a federal funding program called the Early Retiree Reinsurance Program (ERRP), hireVision was able to assist the County in obtaining reimbursement dollars of over $273,000 to help offset increases in health benefit costs. Since the County offers a…Read More
We hope you all had a wonderful holiday season and have a terrific 2011 ahead of you, both personally and professionally. What better way to welcome the new year than to get cracking on some IRS paperwork? (Yes, we’re kidding.) All joking aside, the January 31 deadline for filing your W-2 and 1099-MISC forms will…Read More
It’s December, which means time is running out for you to report your company’s group life insurance imputed income to Uncle Sam. Many companies don’t realize offering employees an employer-paid group term life insurance policy in excess of $50,000 is considered a fringe benefit by the Internal Revenue Service (IRS). Employers are required to report…Read More