Tax Tips for New Hires and Terminations

Alexis YamashitaBlog, Tax0 Comments

Taxes! Exciting stuff, right? Summer’s starting, pool’s open, weather looks great…who has time to worry about employee payroll taxes? Let’s say you let your Summer Self call the shots and you forget to follow important rules for hiring and terminating employees. You’ll get hit with unwanted tax notices, and who wants those? Certainly not Summer Self! Take our advice and … Read More

Spring into Spring Cleaning

Andy LiguoriBlog, HR Management0 Comments

We finally made it through year-end, year-beginning, the first quarter…phew. Time to catch our breath and do a little spring cleaning. Sometimes that can be pretty intimidating (looking in your direction, garage-stuffed-to-the-rafters-with-junk), but getting your human resources department in order might be a little easier with these tips. Convert Paper Files to Electronic Ones If you’re still keeping paper records … Read More

DOL Adopts New Unpaid Intern Test

Andy LiguoriBlog, Compliance / Regulations0 Comments

Last Friday the Department of Labor (DOL) adopted a new test for unpaid interns. Employers should use this test—called the primary beneficiary test—when determining if a worker can be properly classified as an unpaid intern or if they need to be classified as an employee and paid minimum wage and overtime. The test adopted by the DOL has already been in … Read More