Mishawaka, IN – TruPay announced today that they received the “2018 Partner of the Year” award from Kronos at this year’s Workforce Ready Partner Community Workshop (PCW) held in Las Vegas, Nevada.Read More
Kronos Names TruPay as Their 2018 Partner of the Year
Five Tips for Managing Seasonal Employees
With the holidays here and year-end quickly approaching, many businesses will be looking to ramp up their workforce even more for the final holiday push. At least three key challenges exist for any business facing this need: (1) to figure out how much time and effort to invest in nonpermanent employees without sacrificing customer service and ongoing activities, (2) to motivate temporary employees on the short-term goals, and (3) to utilize these opportunities to further your and their long-term needs and goals.Read More
What Should You Do if an Employee is Harassed by a Customer?
In the world of human resources, much has been written and said about an employer's liability for sexual harassment by its own employees. However, you can also be liable when a non-employee harasses one of your employees. Both the courts and the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) have found that an employer may be held liable for sexual harassment of its employees by someone outside of the organization, such as a customer or vendor.Read More
How to Avoid the $50,000 Hiring Mistake
It goes without saying that employers want to recruit and hire the best talent in their industry. From attracting great candidates, to moving them smoothly through the application and onboarding process, and creating a positive view of their company right from the start.Read More
How to Improve Payroll Processing
Many organizations are faced with a “do more with less” mandate, which extends to their staffing. Tight budgets are getting even tighter and staffing and resources are being impacted, which can aﬀect the retention of administrative personnel.Read More
Three Social Media Policy Best Practices
Chances are most of your employees are on social media, and some of them may be using their private accounts to say things about their employment. Frustrated employees might even be complaining about their working conditions – or about you.Read More
Is Your Manager Creating a Hostile Workplace?
Several employees have complained that one of your managers is regularly abrasive and rude, yelling at employees and sometimes insulting them. Could she be creating a hostile work environment?Read More
How Do You Manage Your Managers?
As business owners, executives, and supervisors are all aware, leading employees is one of the hardest parts of running a business. You must balance their strengths and weaknesses, their personalities, and their skill sets, all while trying to earn and maintain their loyalty. And then, like a marching band conductor, you must bring them all together so they’re working in unison for the success of your organization—each member playing the right note, at the right time, from the right location on the field.Read More
Five Workplace Cybersecurity Best Practices
Data pirating is a fact of life. Regardless of the device you are on or browser and email software you use, if you are online, someone is out there prowling for your personal information. If they get it, they can wreak all kinds of havoc. Businesses and clients alike are both victims of constantly escalating digital attacks.Read More
Can an Employee Submit a New W-4 at Any Time?
You have employees fill out the W-4 so you can withhold the correct federal income tax from their pay when processing payroll. You should consider having employees complete a new Form W-4 each year. However, an employee may submit a new W-4 anytime they have personal or financial changes. Often, they’ll submit a new form when they know they’ll be changing exemptions, adjustments, deductions, or credits on their return.Read More