In honor of National Hotdog Month, here is payroll explained through hotdogs. Bon appetite!
Organizing for taxes can be a daunting task. Hear about recent changes, and how to best organize your tax information to ease the stress of doing taxes.
Most companies offer ancillary products or services. Find out why they are great for businesses, and how you can benefit from them.
Joint employer status can be confusing at best. Fortunately, the DOL recently determined a final rule that will help provide clarity.
The Colorado Overtime Minimum Pay Standards Order is hot off the press. Here is what you need to know about the COMPS replacing the CMWO.
We learned about the DOL's new overtime pay rule in September of 2019. Now, the new rule is officially in place, so here is what it means for you.
A bill concerning classifying 1099 workers passes in California. Here is what you should know about the proposed law, and how it affects your workers.
Wage theft above $2,000 will become a felony starting January 1, 2020. The new bill, signed May 16, aims to align wage theft with other forms of theft.
Tax Exempt status on an employee W-4 can impact employers too. Learn what it means to be tax exempt, and why you should double check employee forms.
The compensation definition differs between companies. Learn the different types of compensation and which employees they apply to.
The art of the PTO accrual isn't always appreciated. Learn the components and how to calculate accruals so you can become a PTO master!
Work-life balance is important for keeping yourself sane. Learn how to develop a path to balance, and what questions to ask yourself to check yours!
Employee classification is hard to determine sometimes. Learn the differences between classifications to avoid those scary misclassification penalties!
Considering a payroll advance for an employee? Understand the good, the bad, and what to consider so it's a win-win for the employee and the company.
Understand the laws behind Workers' Compensation Insurance, and learn how a pay-as-you-go policy can spare your wallet and stress levels.