Are you paying your non-exempt employees correctly? Learn the basics of the Fair Labor Standards Act (a few things might surprise you!) and what you need to know about time sheets, breaks, travel time, and more.
Employers with seasonal positions often face a dilemma — they must hire quickly and well. Without a plan, companies run the risk of not filling positions with the right employees and facing high turnover costs throughout the season.
The Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) applies to public employers and any private employer with 50 or more employees, and understanding all its provisions can be daunting. Join us for an overview of FMLA regulations, common issues and employer best practices.
Provide practical management training and techniques to new supervisors or to those who want to build on their skills at Associated Industries’ popular Supervisor Boot Camp, April 24-26th in Spokane, WA.
Human Capital Management (HCM) systems typically consist of four main functional areas: Time and Labor Management (TLM), payroll, HR, and benefits. Top-notch HCM systems like PayNorthwest’s seamlessly drive these four areas from a single database and a responsive user interface. The smart application of TLM holds the highest potential ROI of any component of an HCM system.
Being an expert in all areas of employment law is a daunting task. But it’s important for both new and experienced managers to have a basic understanding of HR best practices.
Cloud Human Capital Management (HCM) has emerged in the last few years as an important tool for businesses to more effectively manage their people. To date, attention has usually been placed on WHAT HCM does — payroll, time and attendance, and HR. But by fixating solely on what HCM does, employers and their software vendors often miss capturing the full value of what HCM can bring to a business.
Please join us for a free webinar that dives into the exempt versus non-exempt employee classification. In this session, you’ll learn the important policies to keep in place to ensure your managers understand the details of time tracking and payment of non-exempt employees.
Washington State’s Paid Family and Medical Leave program will begin collecting premiums from employers and employees beginning on January 1, 2019. For employers, this means new reporting requirements about employees who are based in Washington State, as well as a new withholding from those employees’ pay statements.
How Evergreen Principles Guide PayNorthwest – Mike Anderson, Founder & CEO One of the less visible, but most impactful, shapers of PayNorthwest is our adherence to the concepts of being an evergreen company. It’s not about our deep Pacific Northwest roots (which we have), or that we actively recycle (which we do), but instead, it’s about … Continue