Nobody really wants to dock an employee’s pay.
It’s important for your Payroll pros to treat exempt workers differently than hourly employees in most circumstances. But there are exceptions your people need to know about, especially if your company has some common policies in place for absences and paid time off. The outcome of a recent court case, Jones v. New Orleans Regional […]
The turnover rate among hourly workers is a whooping 49% on average, according to some research. When turnover is that high, it almost always means engagement is precipitously low.
It’s not easy to decipher the pay-docking rules laid out by the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA). The regs are pretty murky.
If your payroll people have trouble understanding the pay-docking rules laid out by the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA), assure them they’ve got a lot of company. The regs are pretty murky.
Trying to retain top talent? Helping their families can go a long way.
Get ready! There are some big changes in store for your payroll department.
The country’s largest movie theater chain is joining the ranks of Olive Garden, Red Lobster and Applebee’s.
Like a Category 5 hurricane, the economy has already ravaged most 401(k) plans. As the storm rages on, employers are pondering the future of their company’s benefits plans.
No matter the amount on any given employee’s paycheck, your organization is paying an additional $6.50 per paycheck to prepare and process that payment.
To terminate FLSA accusations against it brought on by the DOL, oil and gas giant Halliburton Co. will shell out $18.3M. Its mistake is always No. 1 on every list ever assembled of things employers should not do when compensating salaried workers.
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