Is your company having a hard time finding the right people to fill job openings? If so, know that you’re not the only one with hiring struggles.
If your interview process still involves asking questions about candidates’ previous salary history, you may want to consider making some changes to that process.
Your payroll staffers are going to be busier than usual! The Department of Labor (DOL) just announced it’s updating the Fair Labor Standards Act regs that control the regular rate of pay.
A full year after issuing the initial proposal – and six years after the issue was first raised — the DOL has released the controversial new fiduciary rule.
While most employees are living paycheck to paycheck, there are reasons why funds will sometimes sit in your company’s bank account long after payday – and now, state laws about reporting unclaimed property are changing.
You and your Finance team may want to give your bonus and severance programs a second look. It’s important to make sure they’re aligned with federal standards, if possible. Otherwise, you may have to deal with tricky state wage laws in any legal disputes. Many state laws are more favorable to employees. This makes it […]
These days almost everyone’s bonus pay is based on his or her actual performance — including those in the C-suite.
When your firm is struggling, it’s hard to imagine scooping up and retaining top talent. But by rethinking your selling points, even companies going through bankruptcy can do it.
It’s not just the rank-and-file workers who are seeing a decrease in popular benefits.
Ever since the economic downturn, finance chiefs have been asked to do a whole lot more. New research shows that most CFOs’ paychecks reflect this added responsibility.
Finance chiefs have been under intense pressure to cut costs in a number of places, but the pressure is greatest in this area.
Last month, many of your peers celebrated National Payroll Week. But beyond the paycheck stuffers and free doughnuts came some important benchmarks for this mission-critical finance function.
Better huddle together with HR to make sure you’ve got all bases covered when it comes to the recently passed Ledbetter Act.
A common step many companies take to prevent costly losses may cost you more in payroll, as the time spent doing it is probably compensable.
The pro-employer verdict in this highly publicized lawsuit against Wal-Mart should bring a sigh of relief to employers everywhere.
If you’ve got any employees who are logging serious overtime week after week, you’ll want to take note of how the court handled this case.
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