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Managing payroll for a small business is a complicated, time-consuming job. Wish it was easier? Here are 5 ways outsourcing payroll will simplify your business and job.
Businesses are re-opening and people have concerns about returning to the workplace. What are your rights? Payroll Vault CEO addresses common questions.
Are depression and anxiety considered disabilities?
There are two federal laws to consider when managing pay for employees on military leave. READ MORE HERE
Read more here about how to handle their leave.
This decision affects all employers with 15 or more employees.
Payroll is a crucial function that if handled incorrectly can have harmful repercussions. Outsourcing this piece of operation gives the business access to expertise and technology and reduces risks and costs.
Are we required to restore employees returning to work after a furlough to their original positions?
Can we deny an employee’s use of accrued vacation time?
Learn more here about at-will employment and compliance.
Some of our employees have said they don’t feel safe returning to work. Can we just permanently replace them? What other options do we have?
New I-9 Policy Due to COVID-19
Can we bring some employees back, but not others?
When payroll is done right and everybody is paid on time, there will be no complaints or issues that need to be addressed. However, this invisible background role has become pivotal in the midst of the extraordinary times we are in right now. READ MORE
More information on providing emergency paid sick leave or expanded FMLA if you have to lay off or furlough employees.
What you need to know to take immediate advantage of the paid leave credits. READ MORE HERE
Since the enactment of the Families First Coronavirus Response Act on March 18, new information and guidance has been released every few days. Get your update here.
On Tuesday, March 24, the Department of Labor (DOL) announced that the effective date of the leaves available through the Families First Coronavirus Response Act (FFCRA) will be April 1, 2020.
You can reduce an employee's rate of pay based on business or economic slowdown, provided that this is not done retroactively. For example...
The Families First Coronavirus Response Act was signed into law on March 18, 2020.