Posts Tagged ‘payroll’

Change is Hard!

My kids, ages 16, 14, and 12, have been back at school about a month now. Full speed ahead, super active, and super teenagery (is that a word?). When school starts back, my wife and I’s world just changes. Back to games or practice every night of the week – usually with three kids going in three different directions. We are back to studying late at…

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How M&As Affect Payroll and What You Need to Do About It

Peanut butter and jelly. Mornings and coffee. Summer and air conditioning. Some things are better together. Your business has decided to try a merger and everything is coming together like peas and carrots. The only problem? No one knows who is a pea and who is a carrot and everyone is confused about which processes…

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What Employers Need to Know About Payroll Frequency

If you’re a business owner or manage payroll for your organization, one of the first decisions you will make prior to setting up your payroll system is how often to pay employees. People love to get paid so the fact that you are paying them is, well, awesome! One thing that employees seem to agree…

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End the Payroll and HR Clutter: 10 Reasons to Go Paperless

Unless you’ve been living under a rock you’ve probably heard about Marie Kondo, an organizing guru who’s developed a method of simplifying your life called the KonMari method. She wrote a book called, “The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up,” that inspired a Netflix show in which she visits American homes and helps families cut the…

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How to Make Payroll a Dream (Instead of a Nightmare)

Amerisleep, a mattress retailer, surveyed 2,000 people to determine the most common nightmares causing people to jolt out of bed or have heart palpitations. The “feeling of falling,” topped the list with nearly 65% of respondents reported having this dream. This was followed by being chased, death and feeling lost or trapped. (Further down the…

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Lessons on Leadership from Braveheart

Academy Award winning film, “Braveheart,” features an iconic scene that showcases transformational leadership. Based on the life of William Wallace, a warrior fighting during the First War for Scottish Independence in the late 14th century, Wallace is urging his unlikely band of fighters to face the imposing English army. If you somehow have missed this…

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