There’s nothing wrong with asking Finance to do a little more with a little less. But if you demand so much of your hourly staffers that they can’t realistically get it done on the clock, you’re asking for a problem.
Prepare yourself and the Payroll department for the complaints now.
In case you didn’t have enough on your to-do list for 2010, the feds just added to it.
Companies with workers who earn the minimum wage will be paying more in many states starting last Wednesday.
Of course you hope a fraudulent check never crosses your desk. But do you know all the signs that should send your radar up?
If your business is located in a state, city or county that’s bumping up the minimum wage next year (and a lot of them are), you’ll want to update your materials for compliance ASAP.
Wait! Before your Accounts Payable departments cuts another check for an independent contractor, you’ll want to take a look at two major court rulings that came out in recent weeks.
Overtime pay’s great … when you’re the one earning it! But for employers it’s a major expense and a major headache.
As if your departments didn’t have enough to do before Dec. 31, IRS has issued a slew of updates for the new year. No worries — you’ll find them all here.
Sure, there are few things workers enjoy more than a paid holiday. But for your Payroll staffers, days off mean doing more work in less time.
The taxable wage base is the annual update Finance staffers need most — and now it has arrived.
Training’s important to build skills, improve retention and show your staffers you think they’re valuable. It also takes a big bite out of the budget.
Here we go again! Hard to believe that it’s already time to start prepping for year-end.
Cloud-based accounting technology continues to evolve into an attractive idea for Finance. But there are a few reasons why you may want to put the breaks on making the switch.
Payroll processing costs eating away at your budget? Take a look at what top-performing payroll departments are doing differently — and make any necessary adjustments.
When it’s used correctly, paid time off (PTO) is the type of benefit that prevents staffers from burning out. Unfortunately, PTO abuse is an all-too-common occurrence for many employers.
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