Paychex serves more than half a million small- to medium-sized businesses nationwide, so we understand many of the challenges you're facing. Whether you're trying to better manage cash flow, attract and retain employees, or improve productivity through HR technology, Paychex Webinars give you the information you need to make informed decisions.
December 16, 2020 | Management
The 2020 elections will bring changes to taxes, healthcare, COVID-19 stimulus, and more. In this webinar, Gene Marks speaks with Rebecca Jarvis, chief business, technology and economics correspondent for ABC News, and Nicolle Wallace, former White House Communications Director and anchor of the MSNBC news program Deadline: White House, about what these changes could mean for business owners in the coming year. If you’re looking to get a jump start on navigating these changes, this webinar is for you.
December 15, 2020 | Human Resources
It’s been proven that partnering with a professional employer organization (PEO) has helped businesses during the COVID-19 pandemic*; compared to other small businesses, those who have partnered with a PEO are:
• 119% more likely to have received PPP loans;
• 72% more likely to have received PPP loans in Round 1;
• 91% less likely to still be temporarily closed; and
• 60% less likely to have permanently closed.
December 08, 2020 | Retirement
As businesses face significant changes during the year end season due to COVID-19, they will need tools to help them navigate new information and assist in their decision-making processes. That’s why we put together the webinar “Exploring the Power of Flex Benefits. During this webinar. In this presentation we look at key trends in retirement and benefits and demonstrate existing features within our Paychex Flex® platform that can support your HR efforts, including how to:
December 08, 2020 | Human Resources
New York State (NYS) is expanding its paid sick leave (PSL) law to mandate the payment of sick leave to employees in the state beginning Jan. 1, 2021; given the complex requirements of New York leave laws — and the potential financial risk associated with non-compliance — businesses with employees in the state should make sure to review or revise their leave policies and procedures to ensure compliance with the expanding law.