Lawsuits alleging violations of the Fair Labor Standards Act have increased by more than 300% since 2000 and is one of the fastest growing areas of employment law litigation. Are you 100% certain that you are compliant in paying your employees correctly?
The latest research proves that attracting and retaining the right people is now one of the biggest differentiating factors in business growth. Integration has given way to impact – and companies now want systems that change the way people work.
Many documents are involved in the hiring process, from resumes and applications to legally required forms such as W-4s and I-9s. These documents must be processed into systems or spreadsheets, and then shared with other departments such as payroll.
Are you concerned about payroll compliance? With new requirements as a result of the Affordable Care Act and other frequently-introduced complex legislation, even the most conscientious employer could find themselves a victim of unintended violations and unexpected litigation.
The best solution? Ascentis Payroll, a web-based payroll processing solution that is monitored and automatically updated by payroll and tax compliance experts.
Compliance Automation Reduces Risk and Increases Confidence
- Ascentis Payroll manages frequent tax law and compliance changes by delivering updates automatically to our clients through the web-based software processing system.
- Ascentis payroll clients do not have to manually update their software or rely on their IT departments to do so.
- Ascentis has a dedicated tax and compliance team, and also uses trusted research resources, to ensure that our software is up-to-date, accurate and fully compliant with tax laws and regulations.
- Ascentis offers almost 200 standard reports that make it easy to extract data on attendance, payroll auditing, vacation, salary, benefits and more.
Download our new eBook “The Affordable Care Act: Are You Ready? How Ascentis Will Help You Steer the New Legal Landscape So You Won’t Crash and Burn” and learn about eligibility and how to properly calculate look-back periods, the affordability test, electronic communications requirements, and much more.