Pay equity continues to be a hot topic in the United States. In 2023, several new regulations aimed at closing the pay gap will take effect, and business owners should take notice.
No matter your industry, attracting and retaining top talent is vital to your business. Learn more about the real costs and causes of employee turnover, and strategies you can use to attract and retain top talent in the new year.
During pandemic lockdowns, many people perfected the art of a side-hustle, with some of them even turning into full-time gigs or full-fledged businesses. Whether you fall into either of these
Did you know that payroll dates all the way back to the 14th century when businesses realized they needed both bookkeeping and accounting to keep accurate records of their finances?
As we head full force into the fourth quarter (Q4) of the year, some businesses will experience a natural slowdown while others will become even busier. Regardless of sales, Q4 is stressful for everyone. With a to-do list that runs miles long, it is hard to know which task to start with first. However, it doesn’t have to be this way. Although it seems like the end of the year is still far away, preparing now can save you many headaches as December 31st approaches. Here are just a few areas to focus on in anticipation of the new year.
You’ve decided to outsource your payroll, but now what? One of the most difficult and most common decisions that business owners face is which type of payroll outsourcing to utilize—either a Payroll Service Provider (PSP) or a Professional Employer Organization (PEO).
Payroll has come a long way since the 1960s. With the ever changing state and federal payroll tax laws, how can a small business keep up and not find themselves overwhelmed? Outsourcing your payroll to a professional employer organization may be the solution you have been looking for.
When a business chooses to join with a Professional Employer Organization (PEO), they are electing to enter a PEO co-employment relationship with the organization. In short, this new relationship is where the employer and the PEO share certain business responsibilities in order to provide a better work environment for everyone involved.
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