States Raising Minimum Wage in 2019 and 2020

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Over 58% of the US workforce is paid hourly wages and about 2.3% of those workers are making the federal minimum wage or less.1 This makes minimum wage increases a pivotal issue for many workers and businesses. Our hourly workforce …



Key Elements That Drive Value in Payroll Management

5 Steps Towards an Effective Payroll Management Software Solution

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This is the final installment of our 4-part series on payroll management essentials.  In our previous post, we touched on the key considerations on reporting tax-related items on payroll management.  This final part sums everything up on how an automated …





Connecting Time Worked to Time Billed: Time and Labor Management integrated with Billing Management

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As with any workforce, Time and Labor Management involves the complex task of assigning personnel to schedules, ensuring that their qualifications match the positions they are supposed to fill and reducing non-billable overtime to ensure you are maximizing your resources.  …



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Achieving Pay Stub Compliance in Hospitality Payroll Management

Timothy Lozier Blog, Compliance, NY Wage Theft Prevention Act [WTPA], Restaurants, Tip Reporting Leave a Comment

As the market drives towards more transparency in employment wage protection and visibility, both State and Federal agencies are looking to drive more legislation on employer’s ability to communicate wage rates with their employees.  In New York, the Wage Theft …