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U.S. Department of Labor Increases Weekly Salary Threshold

The U.S. Department of Labor has decided to increase the minimum salary of "white collar" exemptions for the Fair Labor Standards Act on January 1, 2020.

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Which Pay Period Structure Fits Your Business?

With all the options, it can be a daunting choice choosing the right payroll schedule for your business. Take a look at some of the pros and cons that accompany each pay period type.

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New W-4 Form to be Released for 2020

Don't be caught unaware. The IRS and Treasury Department have created a new W-4 form to be released in 2020.

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Time Theft

5 Types of Time Theft

Time theft isn't confined to one type of person or one type of industry. Take a look at these 5 common examples of time theft and see if your employees are taking advantage of the time clock.

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New Hire Forms

New Hire Forms

When hiring a new employee, you’ll need to have them fill out the standard government forms, including the Form I-9, Federal W-4 and your state’s W-4, if applicable.

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Records Retention

Records Retention: Summary of Business Record Retention Periods

Law requires you to retain some business records for 2 years and others indefinitely. Find out where each record falls.

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Opening a New Business

There are many things to think about when first opening your business; customers, hiring employees, location, business plan, just to name a few.

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4 Ways Online Timekeeping Increases Accuracy

It's time to move your timekeeping online.

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5 Ways Employee Self Serve Can Save Time

Say goodbye to timely processes and hello to employee efficiency!

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Three essential reasons to perform background checks

Don’t let anything keep you from finishing new hire onboarding with exacting detail. You need to run a background check for every member of your company.

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