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May 3, 2017
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Preparing for Arizona’s Mandatory Sick Leave (Prop 206)

If you’re running a business, chances are you’ve heard of Arizona’s Proposition 206, The Fair Wages and Healthy Families Act that passed in November of 2016. This law mandates two changes for employers in the state, both effective on or before July 1st, 2017 (Phoenix Business Journal). Prop 206 mandates the following adjustments in employer […]

Unlimited vacation policies illustrated

March 13, 2017
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Unlimited Vacation Policies: All You’ve Ever Wanted?

Taking time off is great for employees’ wellbeing, but are the benefits of unlimited vacation policies and PTO endless for employers? Creating a vacation policy that both your employees and CFO will love isn’t as easy as it sounds. There are pros and cons to each tier of available vacation time, so we’ve outlined some of the […]

Employee Leave of Absence (LOA)

February 17, 2017
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Everything You Need to Know About Employee Leave

Employee leave of absence (LOA) is always a timely topic for human resources (HR) professionals. It’s one of those topics that can be addressed with the help of payroll software, but it also requires an understanding of the legal requirements. Keeping track of all these types of leaves, as well as knowing what is required of you, […]

employee holidays

December 15, 2016
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Federal Holidays in 2017: How to Set Up Your Employee Calendar

If we took a holiday, took some time to celebrate, would it be paid? When it comes to taking time off from work, employees first look to their employers to find out what holidays they observe. How does your company’s employee holiday calendar stack up? What’s Covered: Check Federal Labor Laws Depending on the type […]

November 9, 2016
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Time & Attendance – Better Than Ever

After speaking with hundreds of small business owners around the country, we’ve learned how often people resign themselves to using manual, outdated systems for time-tracking.  Usually this results in a struggle to stay organized, piles of paperwork and time cards, and manual data entry across a bunch of systems.  This type of manual work is […]

October 4, 2016
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Navigating California’s New $15 Minimum Wage

Navigating state law changes can be tricky and often results in employers not being in compliance with new regulations. Small businesses can unknowingly be out of compliance if they fail to understand all aspects of newly enacted laws. This could be the case with California’s Senate Bill (“SB”) 3. Signed by Governor Brown on April […]