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The Best Way to Process Payroll [Updated for 2020]

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Payroll is one of the most important processes to handle correctly. Learn to Process Payroll Efficiently and Legally. We’ve created a comprehensive 5-part payroll processing guide to help you. How Payroll Processing Works. Best Practices For Processing Payroll. How To Avoid The Top 6 Payroll Mistakes. What To Do If You Can’t Make Payroll. 5 Important Things to Know About Payroll in 2020. How Payroll Processing Works. Compliance.

2019 HR & Compliance Web Summit: Executive Summary

Paycor

Industry experts like Jennifer McClure offered actionable insights and advice on all things HR, from self-care for the HR pro to in-the-news compliance issues. Maintaining compliance for the organization. W&H is now permitting employers to use nondiscretionary bonuses and incentive payments paid on at least an annual basis to satisfy up to 10 percent of the salary requirement Want to learn more around wage and hour? Recruiting Compliance – EEOC.

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Attract And Manage Top Talent In Your Small Business

SuccessFactors

In today’s high-tech world, technology can help you save time and money with recruitment, HR management, and compliance, so you can focus your efforts on empowering your team and growing your business. Maybe you don’t have the ability to woo talent with big signing bonuses and salaries. Implement a bonus structure in addition to annual compensation to attract and incentive your employees. Take the guesswork and paperwork out of compliance.

How to handle compensation during uncertain times

Insperity

From the employee perspective, pay freezes are usually preferable to reductions in regular wages or interruptions to payroll. Adjustment of annual incentives or targets. You have the option to end bonuses that employees can earn – usually on a quarterly, semiannual or annual basis – for meeting predetermined performance criteria. It is best to make changes to annual incentives or targets well before payout for the annual incentive or target would be due.

How to Give Your Employees a Raise Using the FLSA Overtime Rule Amendment

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Maintaining compliance in an ever-changing market and legislative environment demands you stay alert and operationally agile. So let’s break it down to figure out exactly how you, as an employer, can stay compliant with the latest FLSA regulations, avoid overtime related lawsuits, keep your payroll cost-effective, while also giving your employees a raise your employees a raise. If you happened to click the above link to the Final Ruling document, you might be freaking out a little.

Why HR is Important – Even for Startups

marenated HR

It’s difficult to manage the paperwork, the compliance forms, even something as (seemingly) simple as recruiting and hiring becomes another burden. Compliance? When you have more than a handful of employees, HR can help with the various compliance complexities. Compliance, like HR, is important even for startups. But because many tasks, like payroll, can be completed automatically through software, many startups default to self-maintenance.

Why HR is Important – Even for Startups

marenated HR

It’s difficult to manage the paperwork, the compliance forms, even something as (seemingly) simple as recruiting and hiring becomes another burden. Compliance? When you have more than a handful of employees, HR can help with the various compliance complexities. Compliance, like HR, is important even for startups. But because many tasks, like payroll, can be completed automatically through software, many startups default to self-maintenance.

I’m With the Government, and I’m Here to Help

HR Daily Advisor

Department of Labor (DOL) recently updated its annual statistics that reflect the volume of back wages collected through compliance audits. Shift differentials, on-call payments, performance or incentive bonuses, and commissions are just some of the payments that the DOL often flags.