What to Know About the New Form W-4

What to Know About the New Form W-4

On Dec. 5, 2019, the Internal Revenue Service released an updated version of its new Form W-4, also known as the “Employee’s Withholding Certificate.” Employers use IRS Form W-4 to determine each employee’s federal tax withholdings. The new form is intended to...
How to Make Overtime Pay Compliance Easier

How to Make Overtime Pay Compliance Easier

Changes to wage and labor laws mean changes to your payroll processing. If you’re not using a good system to track employee pay rates and easily modify them based on new regulations, you could be in for a lot of extra work to stay compliant. Whether you need to...
Important Changes to New York Employment Laws in 2020

Important Changes to New York Employment Laws in 2020

Each year, new and amended laws impact businesses of various sizes in New York. Employers need to stay on top of these changes to ensure they are compliant and aren’t subjected to penalties and fines. With that in mind, there will be several important changes to...
3 Best Practices for Reducing Risk During Terminations

3 Best Practices for Reducing Risk During Terminations

Having to terminate an employee can make a lot of managers nervous, understandably so. This action always comes with some risk, and there are plenty of legal danger zones an employer can end up in if the procedure isn’t done properly. But there are some best practices...

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