Prepare yourself and the Payroll department for the complaints now.
The tax clock is ticking. Are you prepared?
Whether or not your company is feeling an economic recovery just yet, we’re certainly in better shape than we were a year ago, right? Not if you ask many employees.
May is National Direct Deposit Month, which makes it a perfect time to make a renewed push to get those participation rates as high as they can be.
True, you may not have to don a headset and man the company’s 800 number. But Finance does need to put its best customer service face forward. So how well are you doing?
What is your company doing to attract the best and the brightest? Recently surveyed CFOs claimed they go the extra mile to gain access to highly skilled workers. Do you?
With the DOL poised to release a new set of changes to the overtime rules in the near future, employers’ pay practices will no doubt be under the microscope.
You probably have at least a few employees who recently looked at their paychecks expecting to see a specific number and were surprised to see a higher one. And that presents a golden opportunity for finance pros.
Soon enough your department will be in the throes of another year-end close. But before the chaos commences, make sure you’ve done these four things.
Nike just joined an increasing number of employers that are making sweeping pay changes in an effort to close the gaps between male and female employees’ paychecks and prevent bias problems down the road.
It’s open enrollment season at many companies, which means most employers will be doing all they can to get employees saving for their golden years. This data just might do it.
Everybody’s got one these days — a Web site, that is. Make sure Finance is making its presence felt on yours.
All that free shipping may not seem like a bargain anymore! Here’s what any company can take away from the Zappos’ breach.
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.
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.
Employers will do the darndest things to avoid paying overtime. Here’s a very extreme example.
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