Posts By : Eric Jones

Navigating Summer Vacations: Effective Balancing of Staff and PTO

Many small businesses struggle with balancing staffing needs and employees taking paid time off during the summer months. If too many workers take a break at the same time, it can disrupt business continuity. Balancing staff and PTO can be challenging if it's not handled properly. Let's look at some strategies and tips for ensuring employees get the vacation time they've earned, without …

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Optimizing Staff Schedules: Strategic PTO Management for Summer Operations

As summer arrives, many people look forward to all the wonderful vacations they have scheduled. Whether they want to spend time at the beach or the mountains, summer is a popular time to enjoy time off from the grind of the work day.…

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Non-Profit Payroll Compliance: Key Legal Considerations for Non-Profit Organizations 

Nonprofits have a unique standing in the economy. Rather than generating profit for shareholders, they have a mission that qualifies them for the unique 501(c)3 status with the IRS.…

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Navigating Church Payroll: Best Practices for Clergy and Staff Compensation

Payroll functions differently for a church compared to a private business. There are varying withholding rules for pastors, employees, and contractors, with certain exemptions applicable to some positions but not to others. It is important to follow church payroll best practices to comply with state and federal regulations. Utilizing a payroll partner familiar with payroll for churches can help …

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Simplifying Church Payroll: Essential Tips for Accurate and Efficient Management

Payroll for churches can be challenging due to the regulatory burdens on charitable organizations. Incorrect filings can result in penalties for a church to pay the IRS. Simplifying church payroll processes is the best way to stay in compliance with regulations while efficiently managing and streamlining operations. Here are some tips for accurate and efficient management when it comes to church …

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Payroll Automation in Long-Term Care: Streamlining Processes for Efficiency and Accuracy

Payroll management at long-term care facilities can be a complicated process. In the past, payroll at these facilities was manually tracked and processed, leading to inefficiencies and mistakes. However, by automating payroll in long-term care, processes can be streamlined, resulting in improved accuracy, reduced errors, and time saved for long-term care employees.…

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Ensuring Data Security in Long Term Care Payroll Processing

Data security is a crucial issue for modern organizations. Data is valuable, and malicious individuals can steal it and use it for their own purposes. Payroll and healthcare data are especially important because they often contain personal information that must be kept confidential.…

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Streamlining Payroll Processing for Long Term Care Facilities

Every industry and business faces unique payroll challenges, and long-term care facilities are no different. Some of these challenges can lead to slow and inefficient payroll processing. If you work in the payroll department for a long-term care facility or are a manager, owner or supervisor of such a facility, there are strategies you can use to improve payroll processes.…

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Automating Deductions: Streamlining Payroll with Technology

Historically, payroll management has been a manual process. Many organizations still use paper-based manual payroll systems, which come with a host of challenges: sensitive information, like employees' addresses and Social Security numbers, isn't secure. Manual payroll processing is rife with errors, and puts a strain on HR and finance teams that is only compounded by paychecks needing to be …

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Payroll Compliance for Trades Businesses: Navigating Regulatory Challenges

Skilled trades like HVAC, plumbing, construction, and other jobs in this vein come with an array of payroll compliance challenges. In addition to the standard labor and payroll regulations that all employers must comply with, there may be additional state laws governing the trades. Trade unions may also set their own stipulations that affect pay, benefits, overtime, and downtime, which make …

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