In today’s COVID-19 world of self-isolation and social distancing, how do we rise above the worry, uncertainty and loneliness, and try to be happy?
A manual onboarding process can be tedious and inefficient. There’s no time like the present to make the switch to electronic onboarding.
Employee engagement becomes more challenging when working remotely. Don’t let working remotely be a reason for performance management to fall to the side.
The IRS recently provided concrete guidance on how employers can claim FFCRA tax credits and what records companies need to keep. Learn more.
Expanded FMLA offerings and Emergency Paid Sick Leave are available as a result of COVID-19. There are other implications to be aware of.
Governor Hogan signed legislation (S.B. 1080) on 3/19/20, clarifying that a worker does not need to be terminated to be eligible for unemployment benefits.
Working from home creates new challenges and temptations that may have otherwise been avoided when you were spending most of your days at the office and commuting to and from work. Take this newly found working from home situation and convert it into an opportunity to maintain or improve your wellness and health.
Our highest priorities right now are ensuring the health and well-being of our employees and making certain we continue servicing your business seamlessly.
Working remotely can be daunting for employees not accustomed to it. Stay in close contact with your employees and make sure everyone has what they need.
With increasing threats and scams, an easy, highly-effective way to protect our security is to enable Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA) on our systems. Learn more.
In response to growing concerns about the Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19), we’d like to share several resources.
Employee or Independent Contractor? Paying employees correctly is critical and has a big financial impact when it’s not done correctly. The U.S. Department of Labor collected a record $322 million in back wages in FY’2019. That brings the total to more than $1.4 billion recovered in the last five years!
How frequently do you show employees appreciation? Daily, occasionally, during a performance review? Don’t wait for a special occasion. Thank Employees Every Day Set a good example. Thanking your employees regularly creates a positive and welcoming environment. A simple thank you after a long day reminds employees that they are
On January 31, 2020, U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) released a new Form I-9. Although the form is dated 10/21/2019, this is the form you should be using. USCIS is allowing employers a three-month grace period during which the old form (dated 7/17/2017) may be used. By May 1,
As a certified HR Advisor, I attend and speak at many industry events. Here are some key takeaways from the Chesapeake Human Resources Association Conference: Workplace Violence. How would you handle it? Do you have a policy? Know the warning signs? What do you look for when interviewing job candidates?
I don’t give referrals very often, but when I have a service provider that consistently performs the way Payroll Network does, I’m happy to let the world know.
I have been most pleased with the personal touch and the local knowledge within Payroll Network. Our organization has seen far fewer payroll issues since switching to Payroll Network from a large, national provider and whenever we do have issues, they are quickly resolved.
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