Major Compliance Trends to Follow in 2023
State legislation is ushering in a host of changes in 2023. Laws differ from state to state but knowing how new rules may impact your organization's workers and payroll practices is critical to compliance success, not to mention avoiding penalty fines or legal expenses.
Non-Statutory Deductions for Independent Contractors: What You Should Know
Deductions are typically thought of as part of an employment relationship, but they may also be relevant when it comes to engaging with independent contractors.
How Will the Regulatory Landscape Shape the Future of Work
United States (U.S.) employers will continue to face a complex regulatory landscape in the year ahead. What will organizations need to do to stay compliant?
Verifying Contractor Licenses What You Should Know
As more organizations rely on an independent contractor workforce, having an onboarding process with the proper guardrails in place can help enable you to verify contractor licenses quickly and effectively.
SECURE Act 2.0: What Employers Need to Know – Now
The SECURE Act 2.0 and other legislation may be coming — and here's what you need to know about its potential impact on your business.
WOTC 101: What Employers Need to Know About the Work Opportunity Tax Credit
The Work Opportunity Tax Credit (WOTC) represents one of the most underutilized tax credits available to businesses. Explore how to overcome operational obstacles to capturing the WOTC credits for which you may be eligible.
Roe v. Wade Overturned: Employer Considerations
There are several employer considerations that the courts and government agencies will likely address in the future.
Implications of “Work from Anywhere” — When Remote Workers Cross State Lines
In a nutshell, when remote work crosses state lines, it can be hazardous to employers – in ways that aren't necessarily apparent.
2022 Workforce Trends: What’s Different This Tax Season?
The tax credits that are available both at the individual and business level are proving to be challenging — yet could be advantageous.
A Guide to Worker Classification: 3 Questions Businesses Must Ask in 2022
Understanding the nuances of worker classification can help your business build the right mix of talent — whether it includes employees, independent contractors or both — to achieve your goals and meet the challenges ahead of you in 2022. Here are some important questions to ask.