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WAGE AND HOUR AUDITS PLANNED BY DEPARTMENT OF LABOR

According to the U.S. Department of Labor (DOL), it plans to increase its emphasis on audits and prosecutions of minimum wage and overtime violations, to increase its scrutiny of independent contractor classifications, and to issue a revision to the Fair Labor Standards Act’s white collar overtime exemption rules. 527 more words

Successful Business

Contract with Accountant Firm - Sharma April 17, 2015

Contract with Sharma Accountant Firm

April 17, 2015

Estimated  Cost of this Contract for Accounting Services

  • 270 Households   $6.00=  $1629.00
  • 270 Assessments  $1.25=        $ 337.50…
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2015

6 things to consider before purchasing new HR technology

By Tom Vines, Director of Customer Success at Ceridian.

In 2012, the talent leaders at the Peninsula Metropolitan YMCA sat down for a moment to reassess their… 512 more words

Human Capital Management

Why you should Hire an Accounting firm rather than the regular Accountants in your Office!

At the point when the time is to procure some imperative administrations for your business like the bookkeeping administrations, then you will have the alternative of either hiring a legitimate or a customary bookkeeper in your office or to enlist an accounting firm to outsource the accounting exercises. 446 more words

UK

Why it is good to Hire Chartered Accountants rather than the ordinary Bookkeepers in Croydon!

When the matter is to run a business with success, then there are the different aspects involving in the success or the failure of every single business. 449 more words

UK

4 Reasons to Outsource Payroll

Small business owners have a lot of passion for what they do–and I’m no exception. Unless you’re in the payroll business like I am, managing your payroll is a time consuming task that cuts into the time you want to spend pursuing your passion. 182 more words

Payroll Outsource

NY Attorney General’s Office Begins Campaign Against Scheduling Practices of Large Retailers

By Scott J. Wenner

In letters sent to 13 large retail chains on April 10, available here, the New York State Attorney General’s Office has questioned the lawfulness of a scheduling practice known as “on-call shifts,” and has requested wide-ranging information and documents.  724 more words

Minimum Wage