We're constantly releasing new tools to help you with payroll, HR and other administrative objectives.
All the tools you need to properly hire and onboard a new employee in New York. The Kit includes a form bundle, letter templates, best practice recommendations and video tutorials.
Similar to the Onboarding Kit, the Termination Kit includes a form bundle, letter template, how-to guide and even a checklist to help you get through the actual termination meeting.
Our comprehensive PDF Guide explains the new Paid Family Leave program that takes effect in New York in 2018, and what employers can do to get ready.
This quick reference guide shows you the current minimum wage rates for all U.S. states and territories, plus future scheduled rates until 2022.
This Kit overviews all the different notices that are mandated by the New York State Department of Labor. It also has links to download and print each notice so you can get compliant.
This Kit explains all the state and federal tax credits available to Farmers in New York State to help them save money, protect their assets and minimize their tax liabilities.
The IRS considers tipped wages as income that must be taxed. This Guide helps teach restaurant owners (and their employees) what the laws are and how to get - and stay - compliant.
The Guide teaches businesses how to comply with the proposed - but now on-hold - FLSA changes affecting the overtime exemption.
A nifty tool to help you calculate how much your business can reliably expect to save - in terms of money and time - by transitioning to an automated timekeeping solution.
Kevin Casey, Chief Operating Officer, Mead Square Pharmacy
Kelly Stephenson, Senior Director of Finance, The Service Collaborative of WNY
George Emerling, Vice President, Emerling Agency
Trini Kuzmicki, Vice President, Hart's Insurance Agency
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Scheduling employees properly is yet another opportunity to increase your bottom line. It costs more to recruit and train new workers than it does to take care of the good ones you already have. So
Employers typically must file a quarterly Form 941 to report their employees' wages and withholding. Each quarter, if you pay wages subject to income tax withholding (including for sick pay and
If you have hourly (non-exempt) employees, then you already know the importance of tracking their time. But timekeeping is becoming more and more critical, even for businesses that only employ