Wage Garnishments: What You Need to Do

There’s an official-looking letter on your desk: a court has informed you that a debtor is employed at your firm and you will have to start withholding the employee’s pay accordingly. There are instructions for handling this, and a notice that you will be held in contempt if you don’t respond. You will most likely[…]

February Featured Employee: Lori Jones

Autopaychecks’ February, featured employee is Lori Jones. Serving as a Customer Success Specialist at Autopaychecks, Lori has been with the company since August 2013. Prior to joining the Autopaychecks team, Lori gained five years of experience in payroll and human resources at a local, Grand Junction non-profit. Lori works in operations and is on the front[…]

Big Changes in Social Security and Retirement Plans for 2018

From 401(k) plans to individual retirement accounts to Social Security, the federal government has been busy in recent weeks adjusting numbers for 2018. Whether you’re an employee or business owner, senior management or nonexempt staff, these changes may affect how you approach retirement in the coming months and years. Social Security: New ceilings First, let’s[…]

When Should You Hire Temporary Help?

You’re doing everything possible to keep your business moving forward. However, does interviewing, hiring and recruiting top talent always get put off? Using temp-to-hire positions has a number of benefits. Bringing workers on temporarily gives you the chance to see if new employees are a good fit for your company without committing to them long[…]

February 2018 Featured Client – CASA of Mesa County

Do you love to hear encouraging stories? An encouraging story is created each time a person gives of himself or herself to journey with and love someone in need. Autopaychecks’ February featured client, CASA of Mesa County, has worked towards acting as a source of encouragement and light in children’s lives since its founding. Court[…]