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Ready for the DOL’s New Overtime Rules?

The Department of Labor released new rules yesterday which include significant changes to how employees are classified as exempt or non-exempt, which means you may have a bunch of employees who are suddenly going to be eligible for overtime beginning December 1st of this year. So in case you haven’t been following this, now is […]

Non-Profit Fraud is a People Problem

Fraud is bad. But if you run a non-profit, fraud is more than bad, it can destroy your credibility, which scares off your donor base and cripples your efforts to fulfill your mission. That was the message of the presentation at the Capital Area Non-profit Lunch-and-Learn this past Tuesday. Billy Petty and Michele Heyman of […]

Testimonials

  • It is definitely reassuring to have your company as a resource when needed. –Stephen Schottman, Business Manager, Stars in Your Eyes Optometry & Optical

  • Thank you so much for your team’s help in setting up my HR startup package. Even though I am just starting out, everyone went out of their way to answer any and all questions that I had. I now feel confident in moving forward with my hiring plans and am glad to have found an… [Continue Reading]

  • We don’t have a dedicated HR staff, so time we spend on recruiting takes away from processes that keep our doors open.  Valentine HR was a tremendous force multiplier for us: recruiting and vetting candidates, locating and screening better candidates than we could have, leaving us free to do the work that we do best!… [Continue Reading]

  • “Your team has been an amazing resource for me.  Mary’s trainings were very informational and helpful.  Most of all, having Myra available to guide me through some rough roads has been invaluable.” —Renee Calder Price, BS, LCPAA, Chief Executive Officer,Caring Family Network    

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