How to Survive a Worker’s Comp Audit

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If you have employees, you have the distinct honor once per year of being part of a worker’s compensation audit. You likely receive a form in the mail, an email request, or a phone call that will ask you about your payroll numbers and employees for the prior year. What is Worker’s Compensation? Worker’s compensation is an insurance program that covers … Read More

Five Ways to Streamline Your Payroll Process

Julie Babcock-HydePayroll, Small Business0 Comments

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For business owners with employees, payroll is a necessary task that can slow your day and tie you down if you let it.  If you’re looking for a way to make payroll less time-consuming, here are five ideas you can put to good use: Employee Onboarding If you hire a lot, empower your new hires by letting them do their … Read More

The New I-9 Form

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The I-9 form is used for employment eligibility when hiring new employees.  It is one of many forms that need to be completed when you onboard a new employee. Effective Tuesday, January 17, 2017, the new I-9 form, which is dated 11/14/2016, must be used. Here is a summary of the changes Section 1 asks for “other last names used” … Read More