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Multistate Employee Considerations

Multistate Employee Considerations Question: We are going to hire remote employees in several different states. What must we consider from a tax and employment law perspective? Answer: Generally, employers must comply with the labor law of the state in which the employee will be regularly performing services and where wages are paid to that employee. There... View Article

May 19, 2017 / / By

Summer Interns: Paid or Unpaid? Getting it Right

Summer Interns: Paid or Unpaid? Getting it Right Summer is here and students are looking for jobs. Some may even offer to work for no pay just to get job experience to put on their résumés. As employers, we know that internships offer students opportunities to gain real-world experience, make business contacts, identify career interests,... View Article

May 9, 2017 / / By

Employee Pay Discussions

    The following article is provided by our HR Workplace powered by ThinkHR.  Contact us today to learn how you can harness the power of HR in your organization   Question: Can we include language in our handbook that limits and/or prohibits employees from discussing their pay and other incentives with each other? Answer:... View Article

May 3, 2017 / / By

HR & Business Monthly Recap

 Did you miss an article or a podcast?  Check out the links below to catch up on April’s monthly recap.   Articles Overtime and Minimum Wage Can Land You in Hot Water Breaking: Paid Leave in Maryland Passes Final Hurdle Before Governor Introducing next Day Payroll   Podcast Episodes What is HR PTO and You First... View Article

April 27, 2017 / / By

HR & Business Podcast: Episode 3: How To Train

  Welcome to the Payroll Services LLC HR & Business Podcast.  Casual conversations to take your business to the next level. Today on Episode 3 we give you some tips and pointers on how to create training material and how to train staff. Follow our feed at http://feeds.feedburner.com/prspayroll

April 11, 2017 / / By