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Why Your Company Should Look Into Payroll Processing

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Why Your Company Should Look Into Payroll Processing Operating a business is difficult and requires owners to take on multiple stressful, time-consuming responsibilities they may not have time for. Paying employees is one more responsibility for every business owner to deal with. Employees may loss morale, quit, talk bad about, or sue your company if they aren't paid on time or in the correct amo...
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Top 5 Reasons to Hire a Local Payroll Company

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Top 5 Reasons to Hire a Local Payroll Company Many business owners are finding themselves growing in the area of staffing and payroll to the point that it has become more challenging manage than anticipated. Payroll is a very specialized form of accounting that requires very careful attention to detail. As a business owner, you may find it more of a struggle to deal with all of the intricacies th...
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Overhaul Your Payroll Processes

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Overhaul Your Payroll Processes Human resources is one of the most critical yet overlooked departments in many companies. While it is tasked with many important projects related to hiring, reviews and even termination, it also has the ongoing responsibility of processing payroll. This includes making payments to employees in a timely, regular manner as well as processing benefits, taxes and more....
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Save Time and Money Using Direct Deposit

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Save Time and Money Using Direct Deposit When you hear "direct deposit" you might not immediately think of saved time and money. However, that's exactly what you'll have if you implement this valuable service. Whether it's for saved stock of paper checks or saved time with processing as well as processing fees, there are so many ways for you to save time and money by switching over to direct depo...
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Minimum Wage Changes

Minimum Wage Change
Minimum Wage Changes It sounds great, and it is, but this will take time. It is not a pie in the sky. This increase in minimum wage will not be instant, nor the same amount in all areas of New York. Let's look at some facts so we can understand exactly what is happening and why. This rate is the lowest hourly pay that can be paid to an employee. It was created and is regulated by the Fair Labo...
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The Advantages of Outsourcing Your Payroll

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The Advantages of Outsourcing Your Payroll Every company must decide the best way to handle their payroll needs, and most will begin by keeping all their processes in-house. And while there is value in this, at a certain point it will be necessary to research the benefits of outsourcing these tasks. Here is a list of several good reasons to outsourcing your employees' payroll. It Will Save You M...
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Political Discussions in the Workplace

Political Discussions in the Workplace This election season has given us generous helpings of drama, and the general election itself is only two months away. With the final stretch before the candidates—and us—you’ll no doubt overhear political small talk in the office. Maybe even a heated argument or two! While a respectful debate over lunch or a brief remark tossed over a cubicle may not...
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Consider Progressive Discipline Before Termination

Consider Progressive Discipline Before Termination Terminating employment always comes with risk, even when it’s done for good cause. You can reduce this risk by using progressive discipline. As its name suggests, progressive discipline involves a progression of disciplinary actions with escalating consequences. When used to give employees with behavioral or performance problems time and opportun...
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Community Service Projects

Community Service Projects It may come as a surprise to find that many job seekers take a company’s community service outreach programs into account when applying for and accepting jobs. If all things are equal, a highly desirable job candidate could decide between your company and a competitor based on your work in the community. A recent Newsweek survey stated that nearly 76 percent of whit...
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Navigating the FMLA and ADA: Employer Obligations and Opportunities

Navigating the FMLA and ADA When an employee has a medical condition and needs some leave time or other job adjustments, they are often protected by two separate and distinct federal labor laws: the Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) and the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). The purpose of this article is to explain how these two pieces of legislation interact and to describe some best ...
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