With daylight savings, your employees may start taking more time off to enjoy the great weather with their friends and family.
The amount and rate of hiring of temporary workers has jumped significantly over the last year as companies remain hesitant to increase permanent employment in light of shaky economic trends, according to MoneyNews.
The Internal Revenue Service informed 144,000 small businesses in New Jersey that they may be eligible for healthcare credits under the Affordable Care Act.
Federal tax compliance is costing small businesses 36 percent more than large businesses, according to new data from the Small Business Administration.
The Senate's failure to approval the repeal of Form 1099 will make tax compliance more cumbersome for small businesses across the country, according to the Small Business Administration.
Monitoring remote employees is vital to the profitability of one's small business. As a result of faulty employee-tracking, business owners risk diminishing returns from their staff, customer service complaints and even a negatively affected bottom line.
In order for individuals to get more and pay less of their employer-sponsored healthcare plans, businesses are adding incentives to wellness programs, the Los Angeles Times reports.
Businesses that focus on integrating a new employee into the social fabric of the company stand to increase that person's productivity, Kim Covert writes for the Vancouver Sun.
For small business owners, payroll filing can be a painstaking task, especially when the responsibility falls to one individual.
The Plattsburgh, New York, Common Council passed a measure geared at improving employee attendance tracking methods and saving the city money that was otherwise incorrectly allocated to employees, reports the Plattsburgh Press-Republican.