It’s the payroll department’s biggest headache: how to determine whether to comply with a new writ of garnishment for an employee who is already paying child support. A recent Wyoming Supreme Court opinion brings a little bit of clarity to the situation.
Hiring online staff can be challenging but also rewarding. Use these best practices to avoid future HR challenges, maintain compliance, and ensure your workforce is moving in the right direction.
Setting workers up for success should be at the forefront of every leader’s mind, but many workers feel their company doesn’t know what they want or need in order to succeed—and we’re not talking about success on the job (more on that later). As the hiring of hourly workers increases for the holidays, let’s take […]
Has your organization considered staff leasing? Also called employee leasing, staff leasing is when an employer pays an intermediary organization to hire its employees. The intermediary organization, often called a professional employer organization (PEO), then handles all aspects of finding new employees and managing payroll.
Our society is moving toward giving people what they want, when they want it. Bill payments, movies, rides, financial services, and more can all be done with apps, and most are available nearly immediately. It may come as no surprise, then, that employers are following suit by offering on-demand pay so employees have more say […]
Today, takeout or groceries can be at your doorstep minutes after ordering. Burger King is delivering food to those caught in L.A. traffic jams. Nearly everything in our lives has adjusted to “Smartphone Time” and can be had instantly with a swipe.
We may still be a ways from Halloween, but some spookier lore lingers all year round—like that of the mysterious “ghost employee.” And what exactly is a ghost employee?
In a recent article we explored the concept of ghosting, where an applicant that would have been a good fit and maybe even has accepted an offer just vanishes without a word. Thanks to a collaboration with recruiters at Addison Group, we have a special three-part series. Each part will include one ghosting tale. If […]
Issuing inaccurate or incomplete itemized wage statements, also known as “pay stubs,” can result in significant liability for employers. California law requires employers to provide specific information in pay stubs and imposes significant penalties on employers that fail to follow those requirements.
There’s a sea change taking place in the workforce that doesn’t get the attention it deserves. Sure, you’ve heard of the “gig economy.” You’re probably familiar with the idea that Millennials—who crave autonomy and value jobs that give them a sense of purpose—are overturning traditional notions of the employer-employee relationship.