One of the most popular benefits continues to be 401(k) plans. According to the latest SHRM annual employee benefits survey, 93…
Alternative-Funded Health Plans: A Good Alternative for Small Businesses
With small employer health insurance costs expected to rise again this year, interest in new ways to contain the increases continue…
Can Telemedicine Tame Healthcare Costs?
Telemedicine, meaning activities like video visits and e-visits via smartphones, tablets and computers to evaluate patients, is transforming the way healthcare…
Exempt Vs. Non-Exempt: Spot the Difference
Depending on your business, you may have employees that are classified as exempt or non-exempt, or both. The distinction is key…
Bad Behavior or Poor Performance? How to Tell the Difference
Effectively managing negative employee behavior is essential to a healthy and productive workplace. But sometimes it can be challenging to determine…
Social Media Policy Dos and Don’ts
As the use of social media grows, concerns about your employees’ use of social media in the workplace may as well….
Phishing Emails and Protecting Your Payroll
Cybersecurity is a growing concern among businesses of all sizes, especially when even large companies like Equifax and Target are hit by data breaches. Tony Frye, Complete Payroll Solutions’ IT Director, answers common questions about ensuring the security of workers’ personal information.
Five Tips to Help You Get FMLA Leave Right
The Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) provides certain employees with up to 12 weeks of unpaid, job-protected leave each year. But administering FMLA leave can be challenging for many employers, especially when it comes to accurately tracking leave.
January Update: Four New Team Members Join Us!
Complete Payroll Solutions was very happy to add four new members to our team in January: Bernadine Pacheco: Bernadine joined Complete Payroll…
Everything You Need to Know About COBRA
The Consolidated Omnibus Budget Reconciliation Act (COBRA) gives workers and their families who lose health benefits the right to choose to continue the benefits provided by their health plan for a limited time following the loss of a job, death, divorce or certain other life events. Here’s what employers need to know to comply with COBRA regulations.