DOL Adopts New Unpaid Intern Test

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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

Set Yourself Up For Success in 2018

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It’s 2018! Hopefully you know that by now, or at least you’ve perfected a technique to loop an ‘8’ out of the ‘7’ in ‘2017’ so your checks go through. Speaking of checks (and incredible segues), have you checked your payroll to make sure you’re ready for the new year? There are a lot of pitfalls that you can avoid … Read More

Dominion Payroll Spurs Students to Success with Junior Achievement

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On Wednesday, November 15th, Dominion Payroll employees volunteered to guide students from Glen Allen High School through Junior Achievement’s financial literacy program known as Finance Park. The five-hour field trip augments Junior Achievement’s year-long, in-class curriculum allowing students to get valuable hands on experience forming a household budget. Dominion Payroll’s expertise and insight into managing a paycheck and planning for … Read More

We’re In for Year-End

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We’re turning the page on another great year here at Dominion Payroll! We’re projecting to issue 1,759,906 individual checks this year, an increase of 19% from last year. That equates to 48,924 payrolls run to date, $723,596,148 paid in taxes, and a whopping $1,661,407,649 electronically deposited right into employees’ bank accounts, which would be enough dollar bills to go around the … Read More