Angie Trapp and Abbey Andrews: Making DP History

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March is known as Women’s History Month where we celebrate and honor the contribution of women not only in US history but also in Dominion Payroll history. Our company wouldn’t be the same nor possible without our DP women who make up: 63% of our employees, 82% of the Management Team, and 40% of the Executive Team.  This Women’s History … Read More

Dominion Payroll Roll Call: Community Impact During March

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The Nashville office hosted their quarterly Lunch & Learn last month with guest speakers, Chris White and Brian Reichenbach from Chronicle Partners! The attendees enjoyed a chance to network, have a complimentary lunch catered by Pucketts, and learn about strategies for their business to save on taxes and give back to the community simultaneously! On March 24th, a group of … Read More

11 Signs You’re Financially On Track

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Financial wellness doesn’t have to be a pipe dream. Understanding what’s important and why it is important is key to making goals a reality. Chances are, you have already adopted some of these steps. We have compiled a list of 11 things that can help you get and stay on track with your finances Avoid using overdraft: Overdraft is money … Read More

Volunteer Time Off: The Employee Benefit That Keeps on Giving

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“Doing nothing for others is the undoing of ourselves.”― Horace Mann As social responsibility becomes more and more of an expectation for businesses and organizations, many employers are searching for ways to get their companies involved in greater social causes. Sure, you can throw a bunch of money to charities (this is good, please keep doing this), but don’t let … Read More

Avoiding Burnout When You Work in HR

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If you work in HR, you know that employee burnout remains pervasive. You also know that the task of supporting overly stressed employees often falls on your shoulders. But you’re exhausted too. Burnout isn’t just a problem you have to help others solve; you also have to solve it for yourself. Here are seven ways to do that. Set Boundaries … Read More