When the COVID-19 pandemic started, no one could have envisioned how long remote work would last or how many people would want to continue working remotely on a permanent basis.
An employee who resigns with two weeks' notice may think they are doing you a favor. But in fact, it can be a payroll headache, especially if you listen to some of the misinformation you may have heard about two-week notices.
As businesses move into an emerging new normal, they need to consider how to bring in the right talent. When they hire, they need to find a way to bring the person onboard.
Providing payroll, human resources, time tracking and benefits solutions for small-to-mid-sized companies.