California employers are saddled with what some consider the most onerous labor law requirements in the nation. In addition, they are now subject to minimum wage laws that are already having a significant impact.
On January 1, 2017 the California minimum wage increased to $10.50 an hour on the heels of new legislation that is designed to usher in a minimum wage threshold of $15.00 an hour by the year 2022.
Every business has to do payroll and payroll compliance is critical. But do you know what some of the most common payroll compliance mistakes are?
One of the unsettling realities of business life is that many organizations have no human resources component to manage routine HR management functions.
This is especially true for small to medium-sized businesses. Over the last few years, increasing numbers of small-business owners have found they need help with managing benefits administration and other HR tasks. Many small employers feel that they are not quite large enough to justify having a full-time HR person on staff.
Today's workforce is becoming increasingly mobile. Working remotely can often mean working from other states, as well. While mobility can benefit employers, income tax reporting is a burden.