Employee Spotlight: Vince Parrott

Robbie MossBlog

Vince is one of our newest employees, having joined DP just three months ago. He’s got a degree in Economics from The College of William and Mary, and is already making great contributions in our Implementation Department.   Vince enjoys helping new clients get up and running on our Empire system, and his favorite parts of working at DP are … Read More

The general history of Time and Attendance

Robbie MossBlog, HR Management

The Industrial Revolution brought major changes to the economies of Europe and the United States. New technological advances in the early 1800s ushered in sweeping changes for both manufacturing and transportation. Traditional family farms and small family run cottage industries produced goods in small quantities with lots of manual labor. With the arrival of machine based manufacturing, entire families began … Read More

DOL, HHS, and Treasury issue regulations on Waiting Periods

Robbie MossBlog, Compliance / Regulations

On February 20, 2014, the DOL, HHS and Treasury issued Final Regulations on the 90-day waiting period requirement in the Affordable Care Act (ACA). A few changes will be welcome news to employers. For the most part, these regulations adopt the rules in the Proposed Regulations, issued on March 21, 2013. The Proposed Regulations remain in effect for plan years … Read More

Components of ACA act delayed again

Robbie MossBlog, Compliance / Regulations

On February 10th, the Obama administration announced that it again will delay aspects of the Affordable Care Act’s employer mandate, the New York Times reports. The employer mandate requires businesses with more than 50 employees working 30 hours or more per week to provide affordable health insurance coverage to workers or face fines. Details of Delay The Department of Treasury … Read More

Onboarding needs to be exciting

Robbie MossHR Management, HR Topics, Talent Management

Let’s be honest. Training workshops can be boring. Many trainers can hold their audience’s attention for about five minutes and then they’re in their own world dreaming about being anywhere other than in another sales training class. You want these few hours (hopefully not days) to be valuable and not a waste of everyone’s time. Whether you’re training new sales … Read More