True or false: As an employer, you can pay employees any amount you want. False. It’s 100% false. Why? Because of minimum wage law.Read More A Detailed Overview of Federal, State, and Local Minimum Wage Law
Paid Sick Leave Laws by State: The Chart, Map, & Accrual Info You Need
Typically, employers get to choose whether they want to offer types of paid time off, like sick leave, to employees. But depending on your business location, you might not have a choice. Little by little, paid sick leave laws by state are on the rise.
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Looking to offer your employees an additional benefit? Consider creating a profit-sharing plan. But before you run off and create a plan, you need to know what is profit sharing. Read on to learn all about profit sharing, including how it works and steps for creating a plan of your own.Read More What Is Profit Sharing, and How Can it Benefit Your Business?
As an employer, you know you have to pay certain taxes, like unemployment taxes. But you may be wondering, Do employees pay into unemployment insurance? Get the scoop on whether or not your employees need to pay into unemployment.Read More Do Employees Pay Into Unemployment?
As an employer, you have different options to choose from when it comes to paying employees. One option you have is to print payroll checks. Printing checks comes with a few decisions, like purchasing supplies and selecting a check layout. Learn what steps you need to take to get your employees’ wages from computer to […]Read More Learn How to Print Payroll Checks in 5 Simple Steps
Worker classification can be ambiguous and confusing. Classify your workers as independent contractors when they’re actually employees, and you’ll get hit with penalties. That’s why it’s important to stay up-to-date with the latest independent contractor guidelines, like the new DOL rule—and rule freeze.Read More What the Biden Administration Means for the New DOL Rule on Contractors
Withholding taxes from employee wages is all part of Payroll 101. But, what happens when an employee is exempt from withholding?Read More What to Do When an Employee Is Exempt from Withholding
As an employer, it’s your responsibility to collect, file, and deposit payroll taxes with the proper agencies (e.g., IRS). Depending on your payroll and tax liability amount, you may need to deposit taxes more frequently. If you tend to have a heftier payroll, you need to learn about the Next-Day Deposit Rule.Read More Do You Have to Follow the IRS Next-Day Deposit Rule?
Businesses big and small have changed up operations due to federal and state coronavirus-related mandates. One thing small businesses can do is offer paid leave to employees impacted by the coronavirus disease (COVID-19).Read More Coronavirus Paid Leave: Q&A for Employers
Your alarm clock goes off, you roll over to get ready for work, but then … ugh. You just can’t do it because you’re too sick. Ever have one of those days? Your employees have, too.Read More What Is Sick Pay?