Year-End Payroll Best Practices

Posted by Payroll Partners on Dec 11, 2019 8:00:00 AM

As one year ends and the new one begins, we want to help you best prepare your payroll in order to avoid penalties from the IRS and generally ensure that you do all the things you need to do the best for your employees. We have collected seven tips that will keep you in line with everything the government and your employees need. Let's dive in.

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Topics: Payroll, Human Resources

Prepare Yourself for New FLSA Rules in 2020

Posted by Payroll Partners on Nov 20, 2019 8:00:00 AM

With the new year comes the latest revisions in the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA). This round of revisions effects both exempt and non-exempt employees. What are these changes? Let's dig in.

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Topics: Payroll, Human Resources

A Brief History of United States Labor Laws

Posted by Payroll Partners on Nov 6, 2019 8:00:00 AM

While formal payroll and bookkeeping began in the 14th and 15th centuries and the push for livable wages began in France with the First Canut Revolt in 1831, it wasn't until 1894 when New Zealand became the first nation in the world to enact a minimum wage. As for the United States, labor laws were still a few years away.

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Topics: Human Resources

What You Should Know About Biometric Timekeeping

Posted by Payroll Partners on Oct 23, 2019 8:00:00 AM

So, what is a biometric timeclock anyway? We’ve all seen movies in which government officials or scientists working for some clandestine organization must scan their face, retina or fingertip to gain entry to their building or laboratory. We imagine these “biometric” measures are taken to preserve the secrecy of sensitive information. But, today's employers are increasingly using biometric technology for their timekeeping system. But why? The answer is simple easy: when biometric timeclocks are used with a time and labor management system, they help employers control cost and minimize compliance risks.

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Topics: Human Resources, Time and Labor Management

Best Practices When Handling an Employee Resignation

Posted by Payroll Partners on Sep 25, 2019 8:00:00 AM

Even for the best employers, employee resignations are inevitable. Whatever the reason---they think they've found greener pastures, their spouse has accepted a position out of state, or family responsibilities require their time and attention---the resignation of  an employee sets into motion a series of steps that you should take to ensure a smooth transition.

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Topics: Human Resources