Free Small Business and HR Calendar: August 2020

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August Downloadable Calendar

Running a small business is hard work. Between tax deadlines, compliance requirements, and keeping track of whatever hashtag you’re supposed to use to #promote your business, it can get overwhelming.

We’ve created this easy-to-use calendar to help you stay organized. Download it, bookmark it, and refer to it throughout the month so you can focus on running your business.

Downloadable August Calendar

 

August 1

Black Business Month

August is Black Business Month. Support Black-owned businesses and use #NationalBlackBusinessMonth on social media.

Late Filing Deadline

Late filing deadline to file forms 1094-C and 1095-C for 2019.

August 4

Self Identification of Disability Deadline

Today is the deadline for federal contractors and subcontractors to implement a new disability self-identification form to use when soliciting disability status.

August 7

Fluctuating Workweek Rule

The U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) issued a final ruling on May 20 that employers have greater flexibility using the flexible workweek to calculate overtime pay for salaried, non-exempt employees whose hours vary each week. Under this rule, employees who are entitled to overtime pay will receive an additional .5 times their base rate for each hour worked beyond the 40-hour workweek.

August 8

International Cat Day

A pawsitively purrfect day for cat lovers. Now go take a selfie with your kitten right meow. We’re not kitten around. #InternationalCatDay

August 10

Employee’s Report of Tips

Employees who make $20 or more in tips the previous month need report it to their employer using Form 4070.

August 13

Prepare for Back to School

School is starting up again. Consider running a “Back to School” promotion or sale.

August 15

National Relaxation Day

It’s a no stress zone. Kick back, unwind, and enjoy whatever makes you relax.

August 19

World Humanitarian Day

Social distancing can make volunteering hard, but not impossible! Encourage employees to support their favorite philanthropic institution.

August 26

National Women’s Equality Day

Celebrated annually to commemorate the 1920 adoption of the 19th Amendment giving women the right to vote

National Dog Day

Don’t lie to us. We know your camera roll has 3,000 pictures of your dog. Time to share with #NationalDogDay!

August 28

Take a Mental Health Day

PTO requests are down 50% from last year. Don’t forget to take a day off for your mental health, even if you don’t go anywhere.

August 31

Prepare Performance Reviews

The end of Q3 is coming up, so get a head start on performance reviews.

 

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