Payroll terminology can look like alphabet soup or a foreign language. And, terms used by the Department of Labor (DOL) or Internal Revenue Service (IRS) can cause even more confusion. Don’t despair, let us guide you on important terms you will encounter when either managing payroll or looking at a paycheck stub.
Today our guest blogger, Mike Bosley, gives us his insights on the value of sharing key performance measurements with his team on a daily basis. This “open book” method of management has worked well for him over the years and creates an environment of employee buy-in and pride in company achievements.
Enrolling in your employee benefits plans may be one of the most important things you do for yourself and family as a new employee. Consider these questions during your benefits enrollment process and you’ll stay ahead of the game.
The OSHA record keeping rule requires certain employers to keep a log of serious injuries and illnesses throughout the year and then post a summary for three months beginning on February 1st each year.