Category: Business

  • 3 Tips To Help Engage An Employee

    Contrary to popular belief, not all employee motivation is based on financial incentives. Here are three tips to help engage an employee(s) when a raise or a promotion isn’t an option (plus there is little to no cost for your business). Cross-train – Allow employees to learn skills/tasks from other departments to promote creativity and revitalize […]

  • 13 Best Jobs To Have In 2019

    According to the U.S. News & World Report, the 13 top jobs in 2019 are: Software Developer: Median salary: $101,790 Statistician: Median salary: $84,060 Physician Assistant: Median salary: $104,860 Dentist: Median salary: $151,440 Orthodontist (tie): Median salary: $208,000 Nurse Anesthetist (tie): Median salary: $165,120 Nurse Practitioner: Median salary: $103,880 Pediatrician: Median salary: $172,650 Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeon (tie): Median salary: $208,000 Obstetrician and Gynecologist (tie): Median salary: $208,000 Physician (tie): […]

  • FAQs About Service Animals In The Workplace

    According to the U.S. Department of Justice, many people with disabilities use a service animal in order to fully participate in everyday life. What is a service animal? Under the ADA, a service animal is defined as a dog that has been individually trained to do work or perform tasks for an individual with a disability. […]

  • Good News About Time Clocks And Your Company’s Payroll System

    We all know payroll is dependent on an employee’s time and attendance. Unfortunately, many businesses’ time and attendance records are often the most time-consuming and error-prone tasks. Paper-Based Systems Are Often Inaccurate And Filled With Errors. Whenever you are dealing with an employee’s timesheet, it is often filled with errors. From blatant padding of time to […]

  • 5 Tips You Need To Know About Employee Background Checks

    Employee background checks are a useful and eye-opening tool for any size business. Why? They can help with your hiring choices, promotion decisions, or employee transfers. Once you have used an employee background report, it is easy to just place them in a file and forget them. But, like most aspects of business, the handling […]

  • 8 Tips To Prevent Payroll Fraud At Your Business

    Payroll fraud is more prevalent than you may realize. According to the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners; Payroll fraud happens in 27% of all businesses, and; Occurs twice as often in small organizations than in large ones.

  • 2018 Minimum Wage Rates

    2018 Minimum Wage Rates (State, City, And County) Is your organization prepared for the new minimum wage limits for 2018? If not, please note under federal law employers must pay non-exempt employees a minimum wage of at least $7.25 per hour. However, many jurisdictions have higher minimum wage rates, some of which will increase at […]

  • Proposed Changes To Overtime Pay By The Department Of Labor

    The Fair Labor Standards Act which was passed in 1938 may see a significant revision if a current proposal comes to fruition. The “white collar” exemption of that Act, requires a position to meet three specific criteria to be exempt from overtime pay: (1) The employee must be paid a salary. (2) The amount of […]