Topics: payroll management, time and attendance, ca labor laws, payroll audit, payroll compliance
In 2020 many of us thought we'd all be using robots at work in paperless offices. That hasn't happened yet, but we do have online payroll software. Or do you?
Amazingly, there are still vast numbers of businesses still doing payroll by hand despite the wide variety of online payroll software available.
Topics: time and attendance, payroll management software, paperless payroll, payroll software solutions, electronic payroll
Contractors working with federal contracts and federally-assisted projects are required to have a certified payroll. And this can mean needing a certified payroll specialist.
A government construction project has several requirements such as building materials acquisition, compliance with building codes and regulations, and meeting a series of deadlines. And, in addition to vendors and suppliers being paid, so do workers. And this is where things can get complicated with a federally funded project.
Topics: time and attendance, Certified payroll, Certified Payroll Software, reporting time pay, contractors
One of the primary functions of workforce management is to accurately track time and attendance. And it is also one of the most labor-intensive aspects for many organizations.
Accurate tracking is critical, however, as labor is also the single largest expense category for most businesses. While the relative cost can vary drastically depending on the business model, salaries or labor typically accounts for about 30 to 50 percent of the total cost of most business operations.
Topics: time and attendance, employee time clocks, Time Clock Software, reporting time pay, Certified Payroll Services
Until recently, California employers provided "reporting time" pay when workers report to work but are not put to work or work less than half of their usual schedule. No longer.
Topics: payroll management, time and attendance, payroll process, employee lawsuits, reporting time pay