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Time is Ticking to complete Required Sexual Harassment Training in 5 Major States…Is your Organization prepared to meet the Deadline?!

Who Needs to Comply with Sexual Harassment Training…  You Do! As more and more regulations, laws, and lawsuits continue to multiply by the dozen, the workplace has met yet another hurdle, how do we properly ensure that our staff understands … Continue reading

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Reasons to Integrate Time and Labor With Payroll

Time and labor (also called time and attendance) involves tracking employees’ start and end times, early departures, late arrivals, breaks taken and absenteeism. Payroll involves, among other things, making sure employees are paid correctly based on their time-labor records. The … Continue reading

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Who Is Excluded From the FLSA’s Minimum Salary Requirements?

Executive, administrative and professional employees who meet the FLSA’s job duties and salary basis criteria are exempt from the act’s minimum wage and overtime pay provisions. Per the FLSA, these employees must be paid no less than $455 per week … Continue reading

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Inclement Weather and Your Payroll Obligations

Hurricanes, storms, tornadoes, blizzards, floods and other weather-related disasters can cause inclement weather closures. But even if one of these calamities causes your business to close, your employees must still be paid on their next regularly scheduled payday if they … Continue reading

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Do You Know Your Turnover Rate?

Employee turnover is the percentage or number of employees who leave a company and are subsequently replaced. Industry experts put the cost of replacing an employee at somewhere between 50 percent and 60 percent of the departing employee’s salary. This … Continue reading

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Can You Make Direct Deposit Mandatory?

In 2016, the National Automated Clearing House Association (NACHA) reported that 82 percent of U.S. employees are paid by direct deposit, jumping from 74 percent in 2011. Clearly, direct deposit is on the rise. But you may be surprised to … Continue reading

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Fully Insured Versus Self-Funded Health Plans

There’s more than one way to fund health insurance. Below are two of the key options. Fully insured A fully insured health plan is purchased through an insurance carrier. Typically, the process is as follows: The employer negotiates the best … Continue reading

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