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  • Taking a mindfulness pause is a habit that involves simply focusing your attention, with intention, and without judgement.

Mindfulness Tips to Try Today

By Lucy Flinn Many people are feeling more stressed, anxious and depressed because of the unpredictable world we live in caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. However, we can control our mind, and our breath. According to Psychology Today, taking a mindfulness pause, simply savoring a moment, supports wellness in both

October 7th, 2020|
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Cybersecurity Strategies For Small Businesses

By Nick Holcomb and Mark Whisenhunt Cybersecurity strategy must be an ongoing, dominant priority for all businesses as we adapt to a post COVID-19 world, where the lines between work and home are increasingly blurred. The importance of cybersecurity continues to accelerate as internet access expands as employees work

September 30th, 2020|
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Hire Great Talent Now

By Kyle Wade The COVID-19 pandemic has created unprecedented global trauma. The economic fallout will be painful for many. When we emerge from this unfolding tragedy, it will be the long-term thinkers who not only survive but thrive. What do CEO’s worry most about? According to The Economist, four-fifths of CEOs

September 29th, 2020|
  • Payroll Network hires new VP of Sales, Brian McVicker

Payroll Network Hires Brian McVicker as New VP of Sales

Payroll Network, a leading provider of outsourced payroll and human capital management (HCM) solutions and consulting services, today announced it has hired Payroll and HR industry veteran Brian McVicker as Vice President of Sales. In his new role McVicker will be part of Payroll Network’s senior leadership team and will

September 24th, 2020|

Avoiding Workplace Safety Complaints During COVID-19

During COVID-19, workplace safety complaints predominantly regard actions where employees allege that their employer fails to protect them from on-the-job coronavirus transmissions. Many of these allegations involve a failure to enforce physical distancing, mandate the use of personal protective equipment (PPE) like masks, and fail to take employees who report

September 16th, 2020|

CASE STUDY – Ardent Eagle Solutions

How Ardent Eagle Solutions is using GovConPay’s HR Advisor and iSolved technology to reach their full potential. Ardent Eagle Solutions is a service and mission focused small business that provides technical service to the Department of Defense, Intelligence Community, and other Federal, State and Local Government Agencies. The company founders

September 15th, 2020|

Workers’ Compensation Woes of Reopening Your Business

Janell M. Stanton, JD, myHRcounsel Unfortunately, when it comes to workers’ compensation, there have been a lot of recent changes. One of the biggest changes has been the creation of rebuttable presumptions for frontline workers that many states have passed. As with most things related to employment law, the details

September 1st, 2020|

Payroll Network Announces New Legal and Recruiting Services

Rockville, MD – August 27, 2020 – PRNewswire – Payroll Network announces a new partnership with the award-winning online legal service myHRcounsel. Backed by a law firm that has been around for almost a century, myHRcounsel specializes in providing employment, business and ERISA law compliance. They are staffed with only

August 28th, 2020|
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CASE STUDY – Objective Area Solutions

How Objective Area Solutions is using GovConPay’s HR Advisor and iSolved technology to reach their full potential. Objective Area Solutions (OAS) is a management consulting firm that provides specialized consulting services to public sector aviation, transportation, and defense programs to improve operational performance, decrease costs, and mitigate risk. Their staff

August 20th, 2020|
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3 Questions to Ask Yourself Before Reopening Your Business

By Janell M. Stanton, JD, myHRcounsel Can your business safely reopen? If you are a nonessential business and are weighing whether you are going to reopen your workplace, there are three important questions to consider. If you can say yes to all three questions below, I definitely think reopening is

August 19th, 2020|

SpeakUp Nationally. Run Locally

Cameron K. Gallagher Foundation 9/12 Virtual Run Offers Chance for Both By Clair Norman Cameron Gallagher believed in better things.  The sixteen-year-old who suffered greatly with anxiety and depression knew that shame did not belong in the mix.  Such is the way with stigma.  Wise beyond her years, Cameron

August 19th, 2020|
  • Case study- Array Information Technology. How Array is using GovConPay to reach their full potential

CASE STUDY – Array Information Technology

How ARRAY is using GovConPay and Unanet's integration to reach their full potential. Founded in 1997, ARRAY specializes in transformative information technology services to government agencies and the commercial sector. Array has critical ISO and CMMI certifications, and its clients include the U.S. Department of State, United States Air Force,

August 12th, 2020|

Health and Safety Considerations to Make When Returning to Work After COVID-19

As businesses reopen their doors, there are numerous considerations to ensure a safe working environment for employees. Prevent spread of illness CDC Recommendations Encourage workers who are sick to stay home. Separate symptomatic workers and send them home. Conduct health checks before workers enter a building. Health checks could

August 12th, 2020|
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Paul Stilp, Equipment Leasing and Finance Association

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.

Martha Van Dale, CPA, National Association of State Departments of Agriculture

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