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Cybersecurity and the Importance of Data Privacy

Cybersecurity — especially data privacy — is one of the biggest problems facing businesses today. These security problems are compounded because every segment of...

What Is I-9 Employment Eligibility Verification?

It's a typical scenario at businesses around the country: You need to hire staff quickly, and potential employees arrive with great recommendations. They have all...

Special Report: A Quick Introduction to the World of OSHA

Even if employers aren't fully aware of it, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) is something they should learn about – because its rules almost...

Know the EEOC: Employment Opportunity for All

Discrimination in the workplace can be a very sensitive topic to bring up. We've all heard of various laws the government creates to keep places of business fair,...

DOL Rule Called 'End-Run' Around Affordable Care Act

A federal judge has ruled that two parts of the Department of Labor (DOL) rule expanding employers' ability to join in association health plans (AHPs) violate ERISA...

The Backpack Program

You all know Melissa in our office. She has joined an initiative called The Backpack Program and has invited us to help her support our community!! Kids Aid...

Is This Your Situation: Using Financial Reports to Manage Your Business

Your financial reports can be far more useful than just a report on the state of your business. You can use these reports to manage your business, diagnosis what’s...

My HR Counsel

An employee requests the use of sick leave, vacation, or PTO to care for his ill mother. Your first instinct (and the 100% correct one) is to set that FMLA process...

Wage and Hour Implications of Daylight Saving Time

Daylight Saving Time (DST) is the practice of pushing the clock forward 1 hour during the summer so that daylight in the evening lasts longer. Each year, DST starts...

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Does Workers' Compensation Cover Remote Employees?

The vast majority of states require employers to carry workers' compensation insurance, which helps pay lost wages, medical expenses, and rehabilitation costs for employees who are injured while doing a work-related activity.

The Tax Situation When You Have Employees

Once you have at least one person working for your business, you're an employer. Being an employer comes with a wide range of responsibilities, including withholding, depositing, and paying employment taxes.

Encourage Your Employees To Review Federal Withholding Each Year

The IRS says, "All taxpayers should review their federal withholding each year to make sure they're not having too little or too much tax withheld." However, employees may not be aware of the IRS' suggestion, which is why employers should tell them about it.

HR and Payroll Self-Service: Essential Features and Best Practices

Self-service platforms let employees view and manage certain HR and payroll tasks themselves, which eases pressure on the HR or payroll team. Studies show that the vast majority of employers offer self-service HR or payroll.

Understanding Pre-Tax and After-Tax 401(k) Plans

Most people think about saving for retirement. If your employer offers a 401(k) plan, which about half of all companies currently do, taking advantage of that plan is an attractive option.

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