Peace of mind for small businesses Our UniqueHR team of experts helps guide you through administrative duties that are more complex and detail-oriented. Get back to strategic and revenue-building aspects of your small business with peace of mind.
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Why choose our services? UniqueHR offers comprehensive HR solutions that can offer your business peace of mind. We provide our clients the same feeling of family and trust that our employees feel around the workplace. You get an experienced, personable staff committed to client relations. Watch and see why we believe you should choose us.
Administrative responsibilities such as payroll, benefits, HR (human resources), risk management, and compliance can create time and financial burdens. As a result, they force an owner’s attention away from their business’s core mission and hinder potential profitability. Seeking out an experienced and reliable Professional Employer Organization (PEO) such as UniqueHR to manage these integral partsContinue Reading
Family and veteran-owned and operated by Texans since 1991, UniqueHR is a licensed PEO providing comprehensive HR solutions to small and mid-size businesses. It’s headquartered in Corpus Christi and provides services to all of Texas and the U.S. UniqueHR promotes the growth of businesses by focusing on identifying and mitigating employment-related exposure resulting in reducedContinue Reading
By David Slaughter, JD The massive appropriations and COVID-19 relief legislation that President Trump signed December 27, 2020, includes a number of provisions affecting employers’ health benefit programs. These include arbitration procedures for “surprise billing” situations, a new layer of transparency requirements, added flexibility for flexible spending accounts (FSAs), and disclosure rules regarding mental healthContinue Reading
Most companies are receiving employee benefit renewals. In order to avoid benefits communication errors, it is wise to periodically review communications that employees have received in the past to gauge their perception and understanding. Ask yourself the following questions: Were these communications meant only to fulfill ERISA compliance regulations, and do they comply with currentContinue Reading
By Emily Muhoberac, COO, Sapper Consulting Have you reevaluated your employee benefits package since social distancing was implemented? It’s likely that your pre-pandemic perks, plans, and promises won’t hold up after COVID-19 passes. You’ll need new, creative benefits to retain talented employees and snag new superstars. How your company reacts and realigns during this crisisContinue Reading
By Amanda Utevsky, PhD As employers reevaluate employee benefits following the labor shock of 2020’s COVID-19 pandemic, they must look at ways to both shore up financial health and help reduce potential future stressors. Evidence shows that having enough savings on hand is one of the largest predictors of financial well-being, making employee financial health programs focusedContinue Reading
UniqueHR offers employee benefits to our employees and client companies. One of the many benefits is our relationship with Aetna. See information below from Aetna regarding the coronavirus outbreak. What you need to know about the new coronavirus disease called COVID-19. As the international coronavirus outbreak continues to evolve, CVS Health in- house clinicians andContinue Reading
Expertise is defined by Webster’s as “a high level of knowledge or skill”. Many businesses simply can’t afford to hire experts on staff. For this reason, it has become commonplace for companies to contract with outside accountants and attorneys. Ever-changing laws and regulations make having an accountant and attorney a must for any business. WhatContinue Reading
It seems like we’ve been talking or hearing about Millennials for most of my career. Millennials are now in their 20’s and 30’s. It is estimated they will comprise 30% of the workforce by 2020, and many are entering management roles. Once characteristic touted as “millennial” is they perceive themselves invincible, although that has alwaysContinue Reading