Are you constantly pawing through a stack of paper resumes that are not the right fit for your open requisitions? Have you wished for applicant sourcing technology that helps you cut down on the noise?
Although it is probably the most popular work visa, U.S. Immigration regulations only allocate only 65,000 H-1b visas, with an additional 20,000 to advanced degree professionals who graduate from U.S. colleges each year. The visas are doled out on the first of the fiscal year, which is October 1st. The earliest you can apply for a visa […]
During tax time many employees come to payroll and HR asking for copies of previous years tax documents, payroll stubs, and many more types of documentation. Wouldn’t it be so much easier if your company had a secure online portal where employees could access their personal data and documents, even from home, whenever they wanted to?
The Top Seven Things Every Human Resources Professional Needs to Know About Transitional Reinsurance Fees
Have you heard about the newest provision of the ACA, which began on Jan. 1, 2014? Transitional Reinsurance Fees (TRF’s) are a significant, but somewhat unpublicized funding provision took effect which impacts many employers offering health insurance to their employees. The Transitional Reinsurance Fee (“TRF”) program is, as its name implies, transitional in nature […]
Paying travel pay correctly can be difficult for even the most compliant of payroll departments. And since travel pay falls under both the federal and state wage and hour laws, the potential for lawsuits can be enormous. The main stumbling block to paying travel time correctly is not in understanding the rules, although they are […]
On June 6, High Street Partners joined us for a webinar titled, “Best Practices for Navigating International Employment.” In it, senior director Eric Lodge offered tips to companies looking to expand overseas. In fact, in one of his first slides, Eric outlined some of the top challenges and risks for any company in the overseas […]
When teaching or speaking about a subject, I try to hone in on a key aspect of the entire topic to direct those learning the material where to focus in on it. If this key aspect can be made clear then all of the subject matter, most of the time, also comes right into focus. […]
A question I am often asked when I do child support webinars is “why?” Why is payroll responsible for collecting child support? Just how and where did the withholding of money for a citizen’s responsibilities to their child come within the purview of payroll? It all boils down to what is known as the […]
Fran Lebowitz once said, “In real life, I assure you, there is no such thing as algebra.” Obviously she never worked in payroll and never had to calculate the taxable wages for the personal use of a company vehicle. Because whether it is for the personal use of a company car commuting home each night […]
Ever wonder what the major differences between generations in the workplace are? Having trouble communicating to someone younger or older than you? Not sure what to expect from the diverse group of employees in your company? Check out this chart, made by Judi Clements from her May 21st webinar, “Generational Diplomacy: Appreciating & Utilizing […]
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