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New Scams Are Scary – Keep Your Employees Safe

The Detroit Free Press published an article outlining a scam that is gaining some momentum. Scammers are sending out clever emails trying to gather employee login credentials to their payroll self service accounts. The scammers log in to the employee's portal and...

5 Ways To Find Amazing Talent In A Tough Market

1- Be Unique When unemployment is high and job seekers are plentiful, finding talent is pretty straightforward. The candidates seek you out and bring their best When unemployment is low and employers are fighting for the best talent you have to give the candidate a...

Employee vs Independent Contractor

One of the most important decisions facing business owners is how to classify workers. The primary factor determining a worker’s classification is the degree of control the employer has over the work being performed. The IRS provides guidance on the proper...

Is your new employee experience awesome?

New employee packets are typically comprised of three primary types of information. 1- General employee information General information (Name, address, social security number, birth date, etc) is the basic information that employees need to provide so you know who...

Mastering the Mess: A Better Way To Manage I-9s

Compliance. It’s not the most exciting word in the English language but it is one of the most stressful. At PayLogics we are always looking for the most effective ways to help our clients maintain compliance. Today’s topic: Form I-9. I’m sure you have a filing cabinet...

Utah’s Tax Changes – What You Need To Know

We’ve received a lot of questions lately about the changes to Utah tax withholding. Let’s take a moment to review the changes and what you need to know. If this sounds like the least fun thing you’ll do all day I’ll start with a summary. Utah did away with the...

PTO Vs. Unlimited Time Off

Unlimited time off is rapidly gaining support by businesses across the country; should yours be next? What was once classified as either vacation days or sick leave has now been clumped into one category of paid time off or PTO. The last few years we’ve seen...

Qualities of a Great Manager

We’re sure you’ve had numerous managers throughout your career. Maybe you’ve even hired a few! Some have been great, others mediocre, but what sets the good apart from the bad? It’s important, however, that you know what to look for in a great manager moving forward....

Benefits of Outsourcing Human Capital Management

Have you been considering the outsourcing of your human resources within your company? Not sure what impacts this will have on your business? Outsourcing any part of your business can be a scary process, but the benefits can far outweigh the risks. So what benefits...

Big Changes Happening Here

By:Samantha Durfey We have some exciting changes taking place at Payroll Experts. We are​ now officially renaming to PayLogics. Your same amazing payroll service that you have known and loved is still here, but PayLogics gives us the opportunity to offer...

EMPLOYEE USE OF SOCIAL MEDIA: IS IT PROTECTED?

By:  Jonathan K. Driggs, Attorney at Law One of your managers walks into your office visibly upset.  “I just found out that my employee ‘flamed’ me on Facebook,” he said.  “She called me all sorts of derogatory names, spread a bunch of lies about me, and...

HOW TO CONTROL YOUR BUSINESS UNEMPLOYMENT RATE

By Burke Brown, PayLogics, Inc With the New Year many of you have received or will be receiving shortly your updated unemployment rate for 2014.  As many of us set goals with each new year, I thought the below article that I came across in the HR support...

EMPLOYEE USE OF SOCIAL MEDIA (part II)

By Jonathan K. Driggs, Attorney at Law Last month, I discussed how the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB)—which enforces the National Labor Relations Act (NLRA)—has issued controversial decisions over the past few years finding that certain types of...

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