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    2. How "Fair Workweek" Affects Certain Industries - HR Ledger, Inc.

      How "Fair Workweek" Affects Certain Industries - HR Ledger, Inc.
      Emeryville, California along with New York City enacted Fair Workweek ordinances that will set scheduling requirements for employers in certain industries, including retail and fast food. Several bills were enacted together and collectively they are called the Fair Workweek legislation. Scheduling ordinances have previously been enacted in Seattle and San Francisco. Your payroll department needs to be aware of these ordinances as more cities are currently enacting these fair workweek ...
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    3. IRS may be missing billions in taxes from employer underreporting

      The Internal Revenue Service could be foregoing billions of dollars in potential taxes because tens of thousands of employers are underreporting the amount of their workers wages and withholding taxes, according to a new report. The report, from the Treasury Inspector General for Tax Administration, examined the IRSs Combined Annual Wage Reporting Program, which compares the employee wage and withholding information reported to the IRS on employment tax forms with ...
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    4. Ignoring 83% Of Payroll Tax Mismatches, IRS Leaves $7 Billion Uncollected...Until Now

      The IRS is well-known for information matching. Take IRS Form 1099. It is common knowledge that if you fail to account for income reported on a Form 1099-MISC, you will receive an IRS notice asking why, or even proposing a tax bill. You might reasonably assume that employment taxes would be even more cross-checked.
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    5. California wage increase

      California wage increase
      The Office of Wage Standards (OWS) of the Bureau of Contract Administration is responsible for implementing and administering the guidelines of the Los Angeles Minimum Wage and Minimum Wage Enforcement Ordinances in the City of Los Angeles. The OWS ensures that employers in the City comply with the appropriate minimum wage rates specified by the Ordinance through community outreach and investigation of potential wage theft violations to advance labor standards ...
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    6. Secret Ways Employees Participate in Payroll Fraud

      Secret Ways Employees Participate in Payroll Fraud
      Payroll fraud affects about 30 percent of business annually, these businesses lose millions of money not including the cost of investigating potential payroll fraud. There are three types of payroll fraud: Timesheet fraud, ghost employees, and worker misclassification. Timesheet fraud, paying employees incorrectly or overpaying employees based on falsified timesheets. There are a few ways this can happenan employee forgetting to clock in and having to manually enter their hours ...
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    7. Construction woes reflected in latest jobs report

      Construction woes reflected in latest jobs report
      News of another tough month in the Houston area's construction sector came as a surprise to several industry leaders on Friday. "Everything I've seen would seem to indicate that we should be up," Russell Hamley, president of the Associated Builders and Contractors of Greater Houston, said in response to a jobs report showing the region has shed 2,300 construction jobs between May and June.
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    8. Withholding -- too much vs. too little

      Withholding -- too much vs. too little
      When tax time comes every April, do you find yourself celebrating because you're getting a refund or griping because you owe taxes? There's a way to avoid both. The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) advises you to check your tax withholding from time to time as there are a number of factors that could determine whether you get money back or have to send more in. It's important ...
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    9. Social Security running out of money and time

      Social Security running out of money and time
      Social Security is the oldest and most popular federal income support program, and after more than 80 years, it might seem as permanent as the pyramids. But the pharaohs did better long-range engineering than the architects of the New Deal did. A 2015 Gallup Poll found that 64 percent of millennials don't think the program will be able to pay benefits when they retire. The other 36 percent may ...
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    10. 5 Tips For Hiring Seasonal Employees

      5 Tips For Hiring Seasonal Employees
      Hiring seasonal workers can be a stressful task for a business owner, but using these five tips can make it easier. (Photo: Getty Images/iStockphoto) CONNECT TWEET LINKEDIN COMMENT EMAIL MORE While some businesses may have already hired extra staff for the summer, others are still in the throes of interviewing and reference checking. Hiring seasonal workers can be a stressful task for a business owner, but using these five ...
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    11. Data breach costs are dropping, but still $3.62 million on average, report says

      Data breach costs are dropping, but still $3.62 million on average, report says
      Financial losses from data breaches may be starting to drop: The average cost of a data breach worldwide is now $3.62 million, down 10% from last year, according to a new study from IBM Security and the Ponemon Institute. This marks the first decline measured since the global study was instituted, according to a press release.
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    12. Namely HR Data Report Reveals That High-Performers Take More Vacation Time

      Namely HR Data Report Reveals That High-Performers Take More Vacation Time
      Key among the report's findings is the fact that high-performers are taking ample vacation time, which appears to be paying dividends. Those who received a high mark during performance reviews took an average of 19 vacation days each year, versus 14 days on average for low performers. This 5-day gap suggests that time off from work has a dramatic and positive impact on performance. In addition, it appears Baby ...
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