As an HR professional, you usually don’t have to deal with payroll tasks beyond the basics when onboarding a new employee.
Choosing HR management software is a big job, with big risks. You can increase your chances of making the right choice if you avoid these common mistakes.
How’s this for a great job in this economy: getting paid for more than four years of doing absolutely nothing.
There’s one less reporting burden Payroll will have at year-end – at least temporarily.
What should companies say when they get reference calls about a former employee who was fired for misconduct? A recent court ruling offers some help:
Key changes to the Family and Medical Leave Act will take effect March 8, according to the Department of Labor. They’ll affect how just about every employer handles FMLA leave. Here’s a look at the new regs: FMLA calculation requirements The DOL decided against requiring companies to track FMLA leave in the smallest increments their […]
If the Obama Administration gets its way, Accounting’s job will soon expand beyond just removing names of laid-off employees from the payroll system.
This employer was shoved between a rock and a hard place. But management chose to handle the situation … um … poorly.
A proposed tax holiday, if enacted, is bound to be popular with employees but not so popular with employers and recordkeeping people. Here’s why.
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