For the second time in two years, a national company who previously decided to tack on payroll services to their existing offering has made a retreat.
In observance of a call by Black Lives Matter Seattle-King County for a statewide day of action in support of all Black lives, PayNorthwest will be closing its offices at noon on Friday, June 12th. The closure of our office is to provide paid time to all employees, who so desire, to listen, learn, reflect or speak out on the matter of racism and Black lives in America.
– Mike Anderson, Founder & CEO Long overdue, in so many ways, but as Founder and CEO of PayNorthwest, I want to acknowledge the tragic, awful, unjust murder of George Floyd, as well as the countless, but not nameless, other victims of excessive force by police and other anti-Black violence committed here in America, such … Continue
Employers are beginning to sort through what “return to work” looks like for their particular business, industry and location. Never before has any of us gone through a situation remotely close to the current one. No guideposts from the past exist to show us the way.
Recently, unemployment fraud has spiked amidst this COVID-induced economic downturn. Fraudsters are creating state accounts using previously stolen social security numbers and residency addresses to file for state unemployment.
PayNorthwest is delighted to partner with KEXP 90.3 FM and underwrite their programming. A fixture in Seattle’s music community, KEXP is an independent public broadcaster that has operated in Seattle since 1972.
Washington State’s Employment Security Department (ESD) rolled out emergency rules last week that ease the burden of temporary layoffs for workers and employers.
You’ve just completed the recruiting and interviewing process and found the perfect candidate. Their first day is approaching. Is your company ready to help get them get up and running?
It’s January 2020, and the Affordable Care Act is the law of the land. That means there are important year end activities to close out the 2019 coverage year and important deadlines to keep in mind.
Washington State Family Leave Insurance (FLI) went into effect in 2019, and, beginning January 1, 2020, employees who meet coverage requirements and experience a qualifying event – such as maternity, serious illness or injury, or caring for a family member – are now eligible for FLI benefits. Actions that employers must take Set your company … Continue