Will your organization be impacted by minimum wage rate changes in 2016? Below is a list of which states have announced rate changes that will be effective early in 2016, along with their new rate (per hour) as of January 1st, 2016: NY: $9.00 AK: $9.75 AR: $8.00 CA: $10.00 CO: $8.31 CT: $9.60 HI: $8.50 […]Continue Reading →
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The IRS has released 2015 Draft Instructions for Forms 1094-C and 1095-C (as well as Forms 1094-B and 1095-B), which may help many employers prepare for the new information reporting provisions under the Affordable Care Act. Applicable employers are required to report for the first time in early 2016 for calendar year 2015. Who is […]Continue Reading →
Will your company be impacted by minimum wage changes in 2015? As of Dec. 1, 2014, 21 states have announced increases in their minimum wage rates for Jan. 1, 2015. What does this mean for affected employers? Two key action items that they’ll want to take to remain compliant with wage and hour regulations are: […]Continue Reading →
Employers take note — the minimum wage in Massachusetts is set to increase on January 1st, 2015. Governor Deval Patrick signed a law on June 26, 2014 that will raise the state’s per hour minimum wage over the next few years: $9 per hour: Beginning January 1st, 2015 $10 per hour: Beginning January 1st, 2016 $11 […]Continue Reading →
Did your company’s payroll system meet your needs in 2013? Will it continue to do so in 2014? To help companies answer the latter question, PaycheckCity has published a list of trends that may impact HR and payroll professionals in 2014. Entitled “Top Trends in Payroll to Watch in 2014“, the article discusses how health […]Continue Reading →
Are your employees happy? As a Human Resources professional, the answer to that question can greatly impact our efforts to achieve key goals. For example, when we have happy, satisfied employees, we may see better results in our retention and recruitment efforts. But what factors contribute to an employee’s happiness? The infographic below provides interesting […]Continue Reading →
Are your employees aware of their true costs in regards to your organization? In many cases, the answer is “no”. From the employee point of view, they are regularly exposed to the dollar figure that they see on their paycheck. But they may not be aware of the costs being paid by the employer in […]Continue Reading →