Achieving HR Excellence

Achieving HR Excellence

McKinsey found that the typical HR department still spends 60% of their time on transactional human resources. In today's world of dynamic and constant change, that just won't do.

You can't recruit and retain top talent if you spend most of your time keying new hire data into payroll or processing administrative tasks.

You can't discover new insights about how labor costs are affecting your bottom line if you're too busy manually tracking time and attendance.

You can't optimize benefits for a multigenerational workforce if you're stuck hand-holding employees through open enrollment.

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PTO Payout Laws By State

PTO Payout Laws By State

Most companies have formal paid time off policies. Regardless of whether you call it vacation time, sick time, furlough, PTO, PDO or some combination of the above, you should pay attention to states’ laws. Surrendering your terminated employees’ accrued and unused vacation time isn’t subject to federal law, but it’s important to pay attention to states’ laws since regulation is under their purview. If your company has locations in multiple states, it’s important to review all statutes regarding separation pay. This handy table should provide the basic information you need to know but be sure to check state departments of labor for specific guidelines. State Statutory Requirements Addressing Vacation Pay Use-It-or-Lose-It Policy Payment...

2019: The True Cost of Payroll Services

2019: The True Cost of Payroll Services

Whether you’re Google or a start-up operating out of your parent’s garage, you’re required to process payroll, calculate taxes and maintain records in a reliable way. How do most small and medium-sized businesses process payroll? Well, typically there are 3 options: Hire a professional employer organization (PEO) Manage payroll, yourself Partner with an HR & payroll provider Deciding which option is best for your organization can be overwhelming, especially if you’re looking to cut costs and mitigate risk. “Isn’t Payroll Easy? It’s Just Adding Numbers and Writing Checks, Right?” WRONG. Processing and running payroll is a composition of challenging, high-stakes tasks. In fact, payroll teams have multiple responsibilities, including:...

2019 Mileage Reimbursement Rates

2019 Mileage Reimbursement Rates

The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) issued 2019 federal mileage reimbursement rates that should be used to calculate costs for operating vehicles for business, charitable, medical or moving purposes. In summary, the business mileage rate increased 3.5 cents for business travel and 2 cents for medical and certain moving expenses from 2018. 2019 IRS Mileage Reimbursement Rates Beginning January 1, 2019, standard mileage rates for the use of a car, van, pickups or panel trucks will be: 58 per mile driven for business (up from 54.5 cents in 2018) 20 per mile driven for medical or moving purposes (up from 18 cents in 2018) 14 per mile driven in service of charitable organizations (same rate as 2018) The mileage rates above can be used to...

Webinar: 5 Employee Engagement Myths & Solutions

Webinar: 5 Employee Engagement Myths & Solutions

How do the experiences your employees have leave them feeling about work and your organization? In this session, restaurant consultant and workforce expert, Jamie Griffin will help us identify and overcome five myths about measuring employee engagement. For each myth, Jamie will share specific insights to help you design a work experience that creates higher employee engagement and better results.