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Office Woes? These Can Help

Running an office as either the owner or a manager is not an easy task. You need to ensure that you are on the backs of everyone, ensuring they are doing their job, whilst also focusing on your own work. 509 more words

Working Together

Minimum Wage and Tax changes coming into effect April 1st

While the changes which come into effect on April 1st this year are not major from a payroll system perspective they are important from a business perspective. 382 more words


National Living Wage and National Minimum Wage

As announced by the Chancellor in the Autumn Statement, the rate of the National Living Wage is set to increase to £7.50 per hour from April 2017. 166 more words

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The Importance Of Gender Pay Equality In A Workplace

The ideal rules and the Employment laws in Australian expect that every single Australian employer should take steps to reduce discrimination based on gender. The negative method of salary discrimination started in the early 20th century when many females became the workforce and they were paid almost 75% less for a similar work. 466 more words

Human Resources

Tax changes for Contractors

Budget 2016 has introduced changes for contractors, and payers of contractors, as well as other business tax changes that will come in to effect on 1 April 2017.

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Ditching Paper For Plastic? Consider These Five Steps to Get Started

By Normia Arteaga, Director Wage Payments Solutions & Marketing, ADP

Given the growing popularity of electronic payroll, many companies are evaluating the potential cost savings and flexibility that methods such as direct deposit and payroll cards might deliver to their workforce. 599 more words


School Employees & Overtime: The Latest Blog from Wage and Hour Insights

In addition to my own blog I like to make sure I follow other  well written and accurate blogs that discuss wage and hour law or other payroll related items.  120 more words

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