Generational diversity adds tremendous value to firms. Building a reputation for valuing all candidates can improve your employer branding and help you compete for talent in tight labor markets. Generational diversity in the workforce offers important advantages, yet...
There are substantial changes to year-end reporting guidelines for tax and payroll that you'll need to know for 2020. It's year-end again, which for employers means having to simultaneously figure out what year-end tax reporting requirements have changes,...
After years of legal wrangling and a change in administration, adjustments to overtime exemption rules under the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) were announced on September 24, 2019.
Technology — including analytics, benchmarking and biometrics — can play an important role in your organization's planning.
A robust vetting of payroll providers can help maintain compliance and employee satisfaction.
Is your organization prepared for the changes to the FLSA?
If pay discrepancies exist, firms need to find ways to eliminate them.
State-based individual mandates should be on the radar of potentially affected employers.
The U.S. Department of Labor, the Internal Revenue Service and state regulators monitor the gig economy and how businesses classify their workers.
Here's what employers need to know about IRS 2019 Form W-4.