With daylight savings, your employees may start taking more time off to enjoy the great weather with their friends and family.
While small businesses are hopefully counting up the revenue made from a successful holiday season, they must also manage the painstaking task of end-of-year payroll processing and other business expenditures.
Despite wavering employment numbers, work productivity in the United States climbed 2.3 percent at an annual rate during the third quarter of 2010, according to data from the U.S. Department of Labor.
While the announcement of a 2 percent payroll tax reduction is good news for those taking home paychecks, it may also serve as an end-of-year headache for those who work on payroll.
The New York City Fire Department will seek alternative means to control the amount of overtime pay, which is on pace to near a city record, the New York Daily News reports
Silicon Valley is a bastion of engineering and ingenuity in the United States, but even it could not withstand a rash of layoffs due to changing economic conditions.
To meet the demand of the Christmas week rush of shipping, FedEx will be paying all 285,000 of its employees to work overtime, the Dickinson Press Reports
A Winfield, Indiana, trucking company was forced to reimburse $51,000 in overtime pay to its employees after a local judge ruled the company improperly with held payments, the Northwest Indiana Times reports.
Many small businesses are leaving themselves exposed to security breaches when it comes to payroll and employee information, according to a new survey from the CFO Daily News.
Officials in Brown County, Wisconsin, are attempting to stem the amount of money going toward paying overtime workers in the area, the Green Bay Press-Gazette reports.