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Nonprofits are subject to some of the same payroll challenges as for-profit organizations, which includes complexities such as retirement plan administration, garnishments, worker’s compensation insurance and more. However, unlike for-profit companies, a nonprofit’s 501(c3) status means complying with IRS rules relating to special payroll and tax circumstances. Tax exempt status relieves some of the responsibility […] continue reading this post

human resources workforce technology Today’s employees want to be more self-sufficient when it comes to managing and accessing their benefits, payrolls and other HR functions. According to a recent survey, a majority (73%) of current full-time U.S. workers expect that their employer can provide a high-level of employee self-service that would allow them to independently complete a variety of […] continue reading this post

nonprofit hr challenges All organizations face HR challenges in their day-to-day operations. And while both for-profit and nonprofit organizations have similar HR needs, nonprofits operate in such a way that it can make finding HR solutions even more overwhelming. Having nonprofit status often exacerbates HR challenges, due to additional obstacles such as limited financial resources or difficulty in […] continue reading this post

HR Challenges 2018 The HR landscape must continuously evolve to keep up with modern day trends, challenges and ever-changing employment laws and regulations. Human resource consultants are tasked with not only keeping an organization compliant, but are also heavily invested in the recruitment and retention of employees. Today’s HR administration means confronting more unique challenges than ever before […] continue reading this post

image Classifying workers in California just got more difficult. Employers will need to take extra care when deciding on whether an individual they hire is classified as an employee or independent contractor. Making the wrong decision can result in significant fines and penalties for the employer, or even time-consuming and expensive litigation. A recent ruling by […] continue reading this post