Business Payroll and HR Blog
With the majority of employers allowing remote work, it’s even more important to accurately track time during COVID-19.
The FFCRA, initially enacted by legislation earlier this spring, was recently faced with a New York supreme court injunction.
Another extension has been granted for employers conducting remote verification of Form I-9 documents.
Employers must begin using Form 1099-NEC to report nonemployee comnpensation for 2020 to the IRS.
As the pandemic continues, working from home is likely to stick around, which means employees should use these tips to maximize remote work productivity.
We recommend the following practices for effective leadership during a pandemic to help keep your business and employees on the right track.
To avoid the costs of employees leaving their jobs, try these four methods to reduce turnover from recruitment to onboarding.
Having a solid plan for reducing benefits costs in 2021 will better position organizations facing limited budgets.