Some employees can be hard to hold onto. Why? Employees, particularly millennials, want more opportunities to learn, grow, and advance their careers. In fact, job development is so important that 87% of millennials want it. The good news is that your employees may be able to get the development they want without changing companies. Cue: […]Read More Job Rotation Program: Pass or Play?
What Is Compensation? | Employer Guide
If you have employees, you need to compensate them. So, you set an hourly rate or salary. But, you might also give other types of wages to your employees. And if you do, you need to know if those other wages count as compensation. Why? Knowing what is compensation is a key part of putting […]
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Thanks to the pandemic, there’s a new sheriff in town: Hybrid workplaces. In fact, 74% of companies in the U.S. are using or plan to implement a permanent hybrid work model. If your company plans to be part of this statistic, you need to know what to include in a hybrid work policy to keep […]Read More 6 Things You Absolutely Must Include in Your Hybrid Work Policy
Whether you offer time off or need to process direct deposit, staying on top of legal holidays is a must. And when it comes to Juneteenth, you need to keep updated with the latest federal and state holiday status changes. So, what is Juneteenth, and is it a legal holiday?Read More Is Juneteenth a Holiday? What Employers Need to Know
Employee salary: $50,000 a year. But you know that’s not what they’re walking away with. Between taxes and benefit deductions, the employee’s take-home pay could be far from the $50,000 sticker price (cue the sad violin). To find their take-home pay, you need to know how to calculate net pay.Read More How to Calculate Net Pay for Payroll
If your company offers retirement plan options, you have to ensure each employee can benefit equally from the plan. To do this, you must consider who is a highly compensated employee (HCE). Not familiar with highly compensated employees? No worries—we’ll go over the HCE definition, how to determine who is classified as a highly compensated […]Read More What Is a Highly Compensated Employee?
Tips, multiple pay rates, and labor laws, oh my! When you have a restaurant business, there can be a lot that goes into payroll. From learning tip requirements to setting up a restaurant payroll solution, we’re here to help you become a pro at handling restaurant payroll.Read More The 411 on How to Run Restaurant Payroll
Did an employee leave your business? It’s time to whip out your employee termination checklist to see what you need to do. And one of the responsibilities on said checklist is giving terminated employees their final pay. But, how soon do you need to pay it out? Cue final paycheck laws by state.Read More Understanding Final Paycheck Laws by State (+ Ultimate Chart!)
Thanks to the passage of its new Time to Care Act, Maryland is now the tenth state to mandate paid family and medical leave for employees. If you’re a Maryland employer, the Maryland paid family leave program applies to you.Read More And That’s 10, Folks! Maryland Paid Family Leave Signed Into Law
School closings. Remote schooling. Daycare labor shortages. COVID ushered in a new era of problems for parents requiring new solutions, like employees working flexible or fewer hours. Another solution that’s gained new ground? Employer-provided childcare benefits (aka a dependent care assistance plan).Read More Thinking About Adding Employer-provided Childcare to Your Benefits Package?