MP’s payroll experts share what employers must know about common payroll mistakes. Sometimes these errors may even shut a business down.
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In 2022, employers are facing more challenges than ever: talent management for a remote or hybrid workforce, talent acquisition hurdles and The Great Resignation, threats to employee engagement and burnout, a more aggressive Department of Labor (DOL), increased cyberattacks and threats to the safety of client and employee data, and more. Organizations must utilize an efficient and user-friendly human capital management (HCM) platform. A company’s HCM system should support and improve its employee experience, HR, payroll, and hiring processes—not hinder them. MP’s HCM systems experts developed a short checklist to assist every human resource management professional in evaluating their current HCM providers. Download the checklist to:
– Determine if you may need a new cloud-based payroll and HR software
– Understand if your HR processes could benefit from streamlined technology and expert HR consulting in 2022 and beyond
– Find out how optimizing your human capital management software could solve compliance problems in real time
– Discover why the right provider and HCM software helps you save money—not just pay employees
In 2022, employers need to be ready for growing scrutiny of wage and hour practices and records. Recently, the Department of Labor (DOL) has warned organizations across every industry to conduct their own internal wage and hour audit to ensure compliance. The costs are steep for violations of the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA), federal and state legislation for minimum wages, employment laws for properly classified staff and pay practices, etc. MP’s HR compliance experts have developed a 2022checklist to help employers conduct an internal wage and hour audit and avoid legal action.
In 2022, there will be growing scrutiny of wage and hour practices and records. Employers across the US should prioritize conducting their own internal wage and hour audit. The costs employers may be required to pay are high for noncompliance with the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA), state legislation for minimum wages, employment laws for properly classified staff and pay practices, etc. MP’s HR compliance experts share steps every employer should take to avoid legal action or a 2022 wage and hour audit with the Department of Labor (DOL). Read the article to:
• Learn five key steps to avoid wage and hour audits and legal action
• Outline criteria to test for wage and hour compliance
• Discover how to interview employees about wage and hour topics
• Find out who must be trained to improve wage and hour compliance
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Recovering from the challenges of the pandemic has been difficult for bars and restaurants. Meeting and overcoming these challenges becomes easier with pandemic financial aid funds, accessible through the Employee Retention Tax Credit (ERC Credit).
The ERC is a federal program that provides funds to organizations impacted by the pandemic. Regulatory and societal changes had a profound impact across the foodservice industry, and many companies are still trying to manage the lingering effects.
Your restaurant is likely entitled to ERC credits that provide support through these challenges, and ensure future growth and success.