If you are passionate about growing your business and building lasting relationships with your clients, understanding pay-as-you-go workers’ compensation is critical in today’s competitive environment.
Decide on a systematic and precise process and stick to it. Enlisting the help of a professional to set things up accurately is also recommended.
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California is a leader in the changing labor law requirements and our key focal point is ensuring our clients are “labor compliant”.
An increasingly sensitive subject due to recent news stories and managing this in the office can be complex. Read on to learn more about navigating the request and while supporting your staff.
There is a great way to make it easier for you to pay for this coverage so you can provide quality coverage to your employees.
The unassigned area numbers limited the Social Security numbers available for each assignment. The assignments were also limited based on the Social Security numbers available in each state, as determined by the area number.
We recommend considering a couple issues before asking an employee not to work during their notice period.
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California is at the top of the list for most complex overtime regulation in the nation. As an employer it’s important to know what the regulation is.
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Payroll Vault made their differentiator in the payroll industry by offering a boutique-style payroll service designed for small business which offers personalized and customized services to help business owners be successful.
What does it mean in 2018 when the legislation made major changes in 2017? These major changes included increasing, limiting or discontinuing some standard deductions, exemptions and changing rates in Brackets.
If you have employees, you will need workers’ compensation coverage as well; most states require it. And you may need Commercial Auto if you or your employees drive for your business.
There is a fine line between freedom of speech today and screening options for talent acquisition. It takes us back to the age old question, "I can; but, should I?"
With as little as 1 employee and depending on which state you’re in, you are responsible for multiple duties in relation to labor laws. This may include the proper processing of payroll and taxes, labor law posting requirements, and worker’s compensation coverage.
There’s one common belief among the millennial members of the workforce: Work is a thing you do, not a place you go to.
Regardless if you’re about to hire your first employee or 100th, there will always be a sea of resumes that can blur your vision in selecting the candidate that will best fit your business. Here are a few tips to that will benefit you through the interview process.
There are many changes to take note of regarding employment law at the federal level. An FLSA update provides a decision on the tip-sharing discussion, HSA contribution limits are slightly increased, and the 2018 W4 form is released.
When a company outsources their payroll, they allow more time to focus and build their business – their legacy, and places their payroll in an expert’s hands, they are gaining peace of mind that they’ll always be compliant and will no longer be concerned about facing lofty fines and penalties for mistakes.
Companies will outsource their payroll and HR services to ensure they are in compliance. Check out the information below from HR Snapshot to learn more about hiring 15 or more employees.
Planning For Summer HiringThe end of 2018’s first quarter is approaching and if your company is looking for a few extra hands for summer work, now is the time for the big question of “Do we hire for summer?” This is the ideal time to begin planning for potential summer hires for several reasons - mostly, to provide time to decide if you need added workforce personnel and to formulate a plan.