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Low-wage employees have initiated a class-action lawsuit in Pennsylvania against their employer, alleging that they were forced to receive their wages via paycards, thus incurring fees for accessing their pay. The lawsuit asks the employer to pony up for those fees. Don’t get caught in a similar situation.
The growing use of tablet computers and other personal technology has led to a slew of productivity apps for busy professionals. Ironically, the proliferation of so many timesaving tools is making people less efficient.
Administrative professionals keep companies operating smoothly by taking on a variety of diverse responsibilities, including researching products and vendors, maintaining records and delivering correspondence. Officepal, a free social network exclusively for admins, is a beneficial resource to help admins handle these responsibilities more effectively and grow their careers. Administrative Professional Today has reviewed Officepal, and [...]
In preparation for the end of the year, download a free worksheet
to assist you in filling out your quarterly Form 941.
We can already hear the collective “@#$%&!” from Payroll managers across the nation. But the world turns, and now it turns once again to year-end. Take a few minutes now to run down this checklist, and you’ll almost certainly have a smooth start to year-end 2013.
Follow these five steps to ensure that your meetings are efficient, as well as beneficial to the bottom line.
The 2013-2014 Priority Guidance Plan is the IRS’ road map for regulatory and administrative guidance it hopes to publish by June 30, 2014. Commonly referred to as “the business plan,” the IRS has loaded itself up with 324 projects. As usual, Payroll figures very prominently on the IRS’ agenda. Here’s what to expect.
Question: An employee said he fulfilled his child support obligation. The state faxed us corroborating information, but not on the federal Income Withholding Order (IWO), so withholding continues. Must states use the IWO to inform employers to stop withholding?
Sixty-two percent of U.S. workers say they would be more motivated if their employers made an effort to improve workplace surroundings, reports Ambius, an interior design company.
A federal appeals court has ruled that a former employee’s Title VII jury award was taxable back pay and front pay. The employer, therefore, didn’t need to seek the trial court’s approval to withhold taxes, even though the award didn’t explicitly allow the employer to withhold.