If you have employees through a staffing agency or share your employees with another employer, you are likely a joint employer. And if you’re a joint employer, you need to know about joint employment.Read More What to Know About Joint Employment
How Employers Should Handle Holiday Pay and Overtime in Same Week
Here’s a fun little employer riddle: an employee receives a day of holiday pay during a week they already worked 40 hours. Does that employee get overtime? To answer that, you need to know the rules on holiday pay and overtime in same week.
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As an employer, you’re expected to follow a number of laws to protect your employees and business. Some of these laws fall into the “labor laws” category, which can vary by state. One state that has a unique set of laws is Nevada. And if you’re a Nevada employer, it’s time to get to know […]Read More Don’t Let These 8 Nevada Labor Laws Slip Your Mind
So, you’ve created your job listing, posted your open position, and started receiving applications. The next step is to figure out who to bring in for an interview and how to interview candidates. That means learning some interviewing techniques. Take a look at some interview techniques that can help you narrow down your candidate pool […]Read More Interview Techniques to Consider During the Hiring Process
As employees head back into the workplace, you may be asking yourself what to do to keep your employees safe. Between mask rules, social distancing, and vaccines, you have a lot to consider. But when it comes to new requirements you set, can employers require COVID vaccines for their employees?Read More Can Employers Require COVID Vaccines? What to Know Before Mandating
Payroll has a lot of moving gears. From collecting time cards to withholding taxes, it can be, well, a lot. To simplify your payroll responsibilities and put more time back into your day for other tasks, you may consider getting payroll software. But, what’re the kinds of payroll system features you need to look out […]Read More 7 Payroll System Features to Put on Your Wishlist
So, you ran payroll and noticed a big oops. You overpaid an employee. What can you do? You can start by learning how to correct a payroll overpayment.Read More Oops—You Paid an Employee Too Much. Here’s How to Correct a Payroll Overpayment
Hiring new employees is exciting, but it’s also filled with a lot of paperwork. From Form W-4 to Form 1-9 and all the forms in between, there’s a lot to record. But, there is one more to add to the list, and you don’t want to forget it: new hire reporting.Read More What Is New Hire Reporting?
Thanks to COVID-19, 2020 and 2021 were jam-packed with big changes and new legislation for many employers. Some states, like Massachusetts, began making adjustments to provide employers with temporary relief options.Read More What’s the Deal With the Massachusetts COVID-19 Recovery Assessment?
So, you’ve decided to give your hard-working employees paid time off (PTO). You’ve drafted a clear PTO policy that details the benefit. But, nobody’s taking their time off. What gives? In an effort to force workaholics to take a vacation, some businesses are shifting gears and implementing mandatory time off.Read More Is Mandatory Time Off the Cure for Workaholics?