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Successful employee recruiting, evaluating, and retention takes strategy. In this 5-minute blue cast, you'll see how you can help position your company as an employer of choice with job seekers as well as your current employees.
Setting up a retirement plan for your company is a great benefit to offer your employees. But not every provider offers the same plan features, administrative help, or level of service. Here are four important questions to ask when considering plan providers.
Scott Lekan, Commissioner of the Office of Child Support Enforcement, spoke to the 2018 American Payroll Association Congress about the vital role of payroll professionals and providers in helping millions of children and families in the U.S. stay financially healthy.
Potential HR issues may expose you to federal and state lawsuits and regulatory fines, lost productivity, negative publicity, and wasted time that may not contribute to your bottom line. In this webinar, you’ll learn about 10 common HR issues and what you can do to address them.
A thorough new hire checklist — including required forms and optional documents, detailed to-do items, and other logistical tasks — is a must-have in today's work environment. Use this one to help keep your new hire's onboarding process on track.
Employers must provide certain employee benefits as mandated by state, federal, or local statute. This article outlines what benefits employers are legally required to provide.
Defining compensable time is a complex subject. Get an overview of wage and hour compensable time issues as presented at the 2018 American Payroll Association Congress by two of the APA’s directors of payroll training.
Don't underestimate the importance of employee engagement and motivation. This article offers some ways to do this effectively.
Time and attendance systems can do more than capture time worked. Panel members in a recent APA Congress session explored how they’ve become vital to absence reporting, scheduling, employee messaging, and reporting requirements.