As part of Payroll Vault’s commitment to providing businesses with knowledge on the latest legislation pertaining to their operations, here is a breakdown of the New EIDL Grants and Loans starting to occur.
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signed into law in 2020 For any businesses with 16 full-time employees or more in 2021. here are the answers to some of the questions we’ve been getting from our clients to make sense of it all...
Here’s what employers need to know about the tax credits for paid leave extended to march 31...
HR issues are often overlooked the in scramble of managing a small business. Here are the top 9 HR mistakes employers make, and how to prevent them.
Over the next couple weeks, we will expand on this information and how it affects your workforce, business, taxes, and payroll. Fluid updates will be provided as they change here. The Independent Payroll Providers Association (IPPA) distributed the following information to help summarize and bring clarity to the newly passed Act.
An employee of ours had a brief coughing fit today, but she says she just had something caught in her throat. What do I do?
Payroll is the sort of thing we simply assume companies are getting right, unless a specific problem comes to light. The reality though is that a lot of businesses (and particularly smaller ones) often struggle with efficient and accurate payroll management.
Pre-employment screening helps companies avoid hiring the wrong employees by conducting background checks and drug screening. Here's what you should know.
Read on here for an example of how their pay is or is not affected.
Mark your calendars, because beginning January 1, 2021, several significant new employment laws will take effect in Colorado.
The following list is not exhaustive, but these are most of the common items that our clients communicate to us in order to make sure the year-end process is as smooth and accurate as it can be.
The days of using traditional clocking-in machines are over. Here's how cloud-based time tracking works, and how these systems save businesses time and money.
There are options that will allow you to stay within the boundaries of compliance. What are they? Read more here.
I’ve heard it said that termination always comes with risk. What does that mean?
Here are a few basic guidelines to follow to help keep the peace on a day of thanks.
Wondering how much money your employees should take home each month? Here's how to calculate net pay, and how it differs from gross pay.
One of my employees has requested time off to vote. My state doesn’t require voting leave, but this employee works in a different state, and we have employees located across the country. What do I need to do here?
Interested in offering commuter benefits at your workplace? Here's how both employees and employers can save money by implementing pre-tax transit benefits.
We encourage employers to visit our HR Support Center and search for “voting” to learn about the voting leave law in their state.
If you have questions about good intentions and hiring start dates based on age, even if for someone's wellbeing and safety, you need to read on!
What happens when an employee refuses to sign the handbook? Learn what you should do.