If you think a strict online policy will keep disgruntled staffers from slamming you on social networking sites, you may want to have a look at these findings.
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There’s a growing push to require employers to offer paid leave to their employees, but one local proposal goes above and beyond other paid leave initiatives.
Opinions are split as to whether dropping the dollar sign from in front of prices will make customers buy more.
Like Finance staffers need more pressure at year-end: The idea of making firms submit Forms W-2 to SSA earlier just won’t go away because of growing concerns about identity theft.
Businesses, especially small businesses, are facing soaring healthcare costs. Planned state and federal legislation is supposed to help, but will it be enough?
Summer won’t be here for months, but finance pros have been taken on quite a roller-coaster ride when it comes to the repeal of the new 1099 requirements. So how close are we now?
You’ve seen the skyrocketing stats on identity theft and heard about some dramatic payment data breaches (Heartland, anyone?). It’s enough to make you swear off credit cards … unless this new protection catches on.
Budget season has arrived! But will you have to allot more money for compensation due to a bump in the minimum wage? Depends on who wins that first Tuesday in November. In addition to the presidential race, there are eleven governor spots open. So what are your odds? Exclusive data from Resourceful Compliance handicaps your […]
How stable is your Finance staff? Looks like there could be a lot of movement in the job market over the next several months.
Most employers would like nothing more than a swift end to the current recession, but new research suggests the end will usher in a whole new set of problems for some.
Instead of waiting for child support orders to arrive in the mail, now you can receive them electronically the day after your state child support agency generates them. That’s assuming your state agency met an Oct. 1, 2015 deadline imposed by a recent law.
The jury’s in: Recent research says women use the emotional and social competencies correlated with effective leadership and management better and more often than men.
Do you keep a close watch on how workers are paid and why? States are getting more serious about stomping out worker misclassification.
By and large, workers with retirement plans still believe in the system, but most think there’s plenty of room for improvement in one key area.
It never ends. You’re already trying to comply with Obamacare. Then, you’ll have to deal with the DOL’s new overtime exemption rule changes. What’s next?
In even the “safest” of industries, workers’ comp costs can take a big bite out of your budget.