Brian Keefe Joins Complete Payroll Solutions as Vice President of Sales
We are pleased to announce that Brian Keefe has joined Complete Payroll Solutions as Vice President of Sales. In this role, Brian is responsible for leading the sales organization’s vision, driving revenue growth and contributing to overall business strategy.
Payroll Done Right: How to Best Manage Your Business Payroll
Payroll is a core function of any business, so getting it right is critical–but also challenging. Here are some tips for how to best manage your business payroll.
Alert: Expanded MA Equal Pay Law is Nation’s First to Ban Salary-Related Questions
While Massachusetts has had a pay equity law since 1945, the state recently strengthened the Equal Pay Act to close the gender gap with new worker protections that will go into effect July 1.
Alert: IRS Reinstates Original $6,900 2018 HSA Contribution Max for Families
After the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act was enacted, the maximum contribution limits for Health Savings Accounts for family coverage were lowered, but the original limit has been reinstated.
Why You Should be Taking Corporate Compliance Seriously
With regulations continuing to increase, it’s critical to have a plan in place for corporate compliance. While many companies have historically relied on spreadsheets and disparate applications, the volume of information required can render that approach untenable and error-prone. Find out how to mistake-proof your regulatory compliance with automated workforce solutions.
New York State, City to Require Anti-Sexual Harassment Training
In an effort to curtail workplace sexual harassment, New York State and City have both passed expansive anti-sexual harassment legislation that includes mandatory training.
3 Ways Workforce Management Software Benefits Small Businesses
You may think your business doesn’t need a workforce management system, but the truth is that businesses of all sizes can…
3 Signs You Need HR Consulting
Any company can benefit from HR consulting, but here are three key signs that your organization’s in need of some outsourced assistance.
New Protections for Pregnant Women and New Moms Take Effect Next Month
On April 1, the Massachusetts Pregnant Workers Fairness Act takes effect. Under the law, Massachusetts employers cannot deny pregnant women and new mothers reasonable accommodation for their pregnancies, even if a woman’s pregnancy or related condition doesn’t constitute a disability under existing state or federal discrimination laws.