Are you in payroll compliance?

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  Payroll Compliance – what is it and why do I need it? To ensure that employees are correctly and securely paid, you must follow all federal, state, and local regulations. In doing so, you are payroll compliant, keeping your business and employees out of trouble with the IRS and state/federal labor laws. Payroll compliance begins when the employee is … Read More

“You Are Worth it All” 9th Annual SpeakUp 5k

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“You are worth it all” is one of Cameron Gallagher’s quotes that resonated with me from when I ran my first SpeakUp5k last year. September 10th is coming quickly as we approach the 9th annual SpeakUp5k, hosted by the Cameron K. Gallagher Foundation, at Byrd Park in Richmond, Virginia, and virtually all around the world. The SpeakUp5k started with Cameron … Read More

A New DP Record Holder, Jordan Kolmer!

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Dominion Payroll was founded in 2002, where the team consisted of our current CEOs, David Gallagher and David Fratkin. In 2007, they retained our star player who is still with us 15 years later. Jordan Kolmer went from a Payroll Processing Specialist, Customer Support Specialist, Director of Client Services, and now our Director of Technology. During her time at Dominion … Read More

How to Write an Employee Benefits Satisfaction Survey: 15 Sample Questions 

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In an Aflac study 35% of employees claimed that improving their benefits package is one of the top things that their employer can do to keep them in their jobs. Offering solid benefits undoubtedly drives a company’s ability to hire better talent. And, as an employer, it’s smart to know exactly what your employees (and potential hires) want in regards to … Read More

Nearly Half of Our Nation’s States Increase Minimum Wage

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At the start of the new year, nearly half of our nation’s states including Virginia, Florida, and California have increased their minimum wage. As of July 1st 2022, Connecticut, Oregon, and Nevada increased their minimum wage while Florida is looking to increase later this year. $7.25/hour remains the federal minimum wage, which hasn’t changed since 2009. Min. Wages by State … Read More