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Construction Payroll And Prevailing Wage Reporting

Posted by Leslie Ruhland on Sep 16, 2019 12:24:14 PM

Government contracts require understanding the requirements for businesses performing the work. For HR in California, prevailing wage is one of the concepts to master.

 

In addition to setting up and maintaining a certified payroll process, construction companies must pay their employees the appropriate local prevailing wage. This also means having a prevailing wage reporting process. 

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Topics: overtime pay, Prevailing wages, Certified payroll, Certified Payroll Software, Certified Payroll Services

New Overtime Rule Proposal From DOL

Posted by Leslie Ruhland on Mar 12, 2019 11:47:15 AM

The Department of Labor released a new proposed rule that raises the minimum salary requirements for FLSA overtime "white collar" exemptions and critics on both sides are voicing their concerns.

 

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Topics: overtime pay, exempt employees, white collar, final rule, non-exempt employees

Overtime Rules And Employee Classification

Posted by Leslie Ruhland on Jan 22, 2019 12:54:08 PM

While the Department of Labor inches closer to making a final decision on proposed overtime eligibility, the state of California is still debating the definition of an independent contractor. Both pending decisions will have a significant impact on California employers, workers and the state's business climate.

 

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Topics: independent contractors, overtime pay, employee classification, dol fsla, final rule

3 Reasons Time And Attendance Matters

Posted by Leslie Ruhland on Jul 3, 2018 3:54:54 AM

Businesses exist to provide a product or service to their customers. And most businesses rely on employees to produce, manage, and deliver it. Which means that time and attendance is critical to an organization's functionality.

In addition, labor is also the single largest expense category for most small businesses. While it can vary drastically depending on the type of business, labor typically accounts for about 30 to 50 percent of the total cost of operations. Consequently, maintaining effective control of your payroll costs is a significant determining factor for a company's success.

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Topics: time and attendance, employee time clocks, overtime pay, reporting time pay, workforce management

Be Clear On Overtime Pay In California

Posted by Leslie Ruhland on Apr 3, 2018 12:42:46 PM

Until the federal government finalizes new rules regarding the salary floor for exempting employees from overtime pay, the current provisions of the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) still apply.

As of January 1, 2018 California's overtime minimum wage is one and a half times the current California minimum wage rates of $10.50 per hour for businesses employing 26 or more workers. For those employers with 25 or less, the current wage is set at a minimum of $10.50 per hour.

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Topics: minimum wage law, overtime pay, california labor laws, DOL, dol fsla, FLSA

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