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    Time Keeping Automation Solves Three Common Causes of Payroll Inflation

    Employers can reduce payroll costs and lower compliance risk  with simple workforce management solutionsEmployers that rely on paper-based time keeping methods will naturally have a certain amount of inaccuracies leading to payroll inflation.  But add these little mistakes up it can lead to a pretty significant impact on a per employee per year basis.  Honest time reporting errors can occur like use of the honor system (turning in the same paper time sheet over and over), but manu...  Read More...

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    Life After the Proposed AHCA: An Employer Tip Sheet

    5 Tips For Employers After Proposed Repeal and Replace Bill Is PulledACA is here to stay?  As you are aware, the recent attempt to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act (ACA) with the American Health Care Act (AHCA) failed to pass.  Many Americans are relieved that their healthcare will remain in place, however, employers are now left with more uncertainty!   Read More...

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    Incorporating Employee Attestation Policy to Improve Wage and Hour Compliance

    Seven Steps to Successfully Implement Time Card AttestationAs we mentioned in our blog last month "Three Employer Wage and Hour Compliance Tips", Wage and Hour issues continue to be on the rise.  For employers, finding ways to reduce risk of liability is key.  With the progress of workforce management automation technologies, one emerging trend is to implement a Time Card Attestation Clause as part of your time card approval process.   Read More...

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    Three HCM Trends Impacting Workforce Management Strategy

    Key HCM trends where technology will have the biggest impact on managing tomorrow’s workforceThis is the first time in history that the labor force has five generations working together, that is also increasingly multi-cultural.  The challenges of managing such a diverse workforce working side by side cannot be overestimated.  HR is managing this diversity transition and is also going through a digital transformation.   Read More...

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    New California Employment Laws for 2017

    New Year. New California Employment LawsThe California 2016 legislative session produced new laws that will affect employers' day-to-day operations and policies in 2017 and beyond. CalChamber shared this infographic to summarize laws anticipated to have the most significant affect on California's legal landscape.   Read More...

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    Top 10 Payroll Mistakes

    Organizations spend hours each payroll period collecting time sheets, auditing time worked approving employee time, and applying pay rules accurately.  However mistakes do happen. Honest time reporting errors, incorrect pay rates, overtime errors, missing forms, are just some examples of payroll mistakes that costs businesses money and increases compliance risk.   Read More...

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    3 Employer Wage and Hour Compliance Tips

    Monitoring and Documenting Hours, Timekeeping & Pay  To Help Avoid Wage and Hour Claims OnePoint HCM sponsored several regional SHRM legal update conferences at the beginning of 2017.  After hearing from labor law experts about the Legal Updates affecting us in 2017, it is obvious that wage-and-hour compliance make up the top concerns for HR Professionals. Wage and hour law suits are on the rise and make up the most active source of litigation in the employment law sphere...  Read More...

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    3 Tips To Overcoming Talent Acquisition Challenges

    Do you have the right strategy and toolsin place to attract quality employees?A good economy is good for employers, but it has a downside—the decreased supply of skilled and talented labor. The lower the unemployment rate, the harder it is for businesses to attract talent. To compete for workers employers need flexible tools that automate the recruitment process.   Read More...

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    Classifying workers as employees vs independent contractor

    Use the IRS Tests to determine Independent Contractors versus EmployeeAlthough the FLSA overtime changes are held up for the moment, there are other classification scenarios that employers must ask themselves. For example “Is this worker an employee or an independent contractor?” because it is their responsibility to properly classify your workers. The correct classification should start from the beginning of the work relationship otherwise the misclassification can cost you a lot in penalt...  Read More...

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    Cost of Misclassifying Independent Contractors

    Misclassifying employees at independent contractorscan lead to penalties, fines and lawsuits When making the decision “Is this worker an employee or an independent contractor?” it is important that employers properly classify workers from the beginning of the work relationship.  State and Federal governments are all stepping up their audits and enforcement and misclassification can result in penalties and fines from agencies such as the IRS and the Department of Labor.Emplo...  Read More...

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