Learn about important information related to payroll and taxes that are relevant to your small business success.
Department of Labor Announces Final Overtime Regulations
Review existing overtime regulations and learn how the new regulations may affect your business. By the end of this webinar, you should be able to plan the next steps you need to take in order to help your business comply with the final overtime regulations as announced by the Department of Labor.
Expense Management Strategies
Learn how mid-market leaders are automating expense management processes and communications in order to achieve competitive workforce advantage.
Getting Your Business Unstuck
Watch expert entrepreneur Barry Moltz as he identifies six ways that businesses get stuck and how making specific changes can help put your business back on the right path.
General Ledger Service
Through downloadable files, we show you how the General Ledger Service quickly imports payroll information into Paychex Accounting Online℠, QuickBooks Pro® and other popular accounting software.
How the New Overtime Regulations May Impact Employers
The U.S. Department of Labor's proposed overtime rule raises the salary threshold for the white collar exemptions from the current $455 to an expected $970 per week, more than doubling the annual salary level to more than $50,000. View our recorded webinar for more about the proposed regulations and how they may affect your business.
Paychex Flex℠ & Report Center
For those who are interested in Paychex Flex, this webinar demonstrates how to enter payroll, review and submit your totals for processing, and securely access payroll reports online.
Benefits of Paperless Payroll
Find out more about paperless payroll, direct deposit, paycards, and pay stubs in this free seminar.
Reclassification by Regulation? Navigating the DOL's Overtime Rule
Get the full picture on assessing and implementing changes required by the U.S. Department of Labor's new rule expanding the availability of overtime by increasing the thresholds for FLSA Exemptions.