A lot has to line up for a person to be successful. There must a good deal of intelligence, talent (which might just mean a lifetime of hard work), confidence, and time management. Articles could be written on any of these traits so in effort to avoid playing down importance of any important factor, let’s just focus on time management and how to get better at it.
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Payroll is a big job and it takes a lot of training to get it right. If you do it yourself, you have to be very careful. You must be sure that the correct taxes are withheld from your employee’s paychecks, the wages and bonuses are correctly calculated, the correct taxes are paid, that wage and hour laws are followed, and that your employees get paid on time.
Outsourcing payroll is the the best option for most small businesses.
Workers can be classified as either an employee or independent contractor. Many employers would prefer classifying all their workers as contractors because it saves them money, but it’s not that simple.
The IRS and the DOL have laws regarding employee classification. Whether to classify a worker as an employee vs contractor is a matter of what type of work the worker does and how it’s done. I’ll show you how to understand this employment relationship so that you can be compliant with the IRS and the FLSA.
Keeping track of the time employees spend on specific projects can help a manager determine the value of a given task and narrow down the effective use of an employee’s time. The following are some of the ways project tracking can do this.
All of us at Timesheets.com are saddened by the devastating earthquake that took place last week in Haiti. The extent of losses in and around Port au Prince are staggering and will cost many millions to repair. The families who suffered losses will need much assistance both emotionally and monetarily.
Monitoring estimated payroll throughout the pay period is important to many small business owners. Seeing that your employees are working the hours required to get the job done is essential for peace of mind. You can do this and more with Timesheets.com!
There are several other situations in which employers must closely monitor accumulated hours:
As with any new routine, employees may find it difficult to remember to clock in and out. They may even rebel against it for a while. Thankfully, time will usually solve the problem but here are some tips to facilitate this process.
At Timesheets.com, we often get calls from customers who want help setting up “custom” overtime rules. We’ve heard the gamut of creative “overtime policies”. While having multiple pay rates is fine for different types of work, employers must understand that federal laws govern overtime.
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