Klein Aleardi

Klein Aleardi

Klein Aleardi is an Editorial Intern at Namely, the HR, payroll, and benefits platform built for today's employees. Connect with Klein and the Namely team on Twitter, Facebook, and LinkedIn.

Recent Articles

Working Your A Game: Talent Management at Sysomos Brings Out Everyone's Best

What is it that draws Omer Aziz to data analytics? Exponential growth. And at the moment, Aziz has his fair share of growth to keep up with as SVP of Human Resources at Sysomos.


Your Complete Guide to ACA Forms 1094-C and 1095-C

It’s tax season: your favorite time of year for filling out a million forms, staring at your computer for hours, and maybe pulling out your hair just a bit. But, reporting doesn’t have to end in partial balding. The Affordable Care Act (ACA) requires businesses with 50 or more employees to provide health insurance. To prove that they meet these requirements, companies need to file the Form 1094-C and Form 1095-C.

Affordable Care Act Means High Stakes for Employee Reporting

It’s reporting 101: when tax season rolls around, independent contractors get form 1099, and permanent employees get a W-2. They get different forms because they are different: different benefits, different working structures, different pay structures. However, the process of defining each employee and distributing these forms to the correct person can get tricky. And, many forms often end up in the wrong hands.

A Balancing Act: How to Manage Social Media in the Workplace

The push and pull of social media monitoring is a difficult one to manage. As an HR manager, your relationship with an employee or a prospective employee’s social media profile must have the right amount of intimacy and distance. But how do you find the balance between being a laid back, carefree manager and an overbearing social media monitor?

A Hands-On, Hands-Off Culture: CEO Aza Steel Wins With OKRs

Aza Steel is all about hearing his employees’ great ideas—and as CEO of GoGuardian, he makes sure they don’t get lost in the shuffle. “We’ve continued to bring on incredible people who I’m really excited to keep building stuff with,” he told Namely.


Blindfolding Your Bias: How to Make Diversity an HR Staple

Diversity—it’s a key to good business. Whether you’re a tech firm, a hotel, or a hospital, diverse employees can only bring good things to your company. A variety of contributors will offer different perspectives, leading to more creativity and more innovation.

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