Traffic patterns, school schedules, family obligations, and doctor’s appointments can all break the 9 to 5 weekday routine. In today’s workforce, employees want the freedom to choose when, where, and how they work to manage life’s demands. There’s greater emphasis on work-life balance—and the best organizations shouldn’t sacrifice one or the other.
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Making important decisions about employee benefits, like choosing health insurance packages, can be stressful and overwhelming—for employees and managers alike. New hires may know far less about their benefit options than their HR departments. In modern workplaces, HR leaders have to maneuver different needs and priorities from four generations of employees.
Happy National Payroll Week! All week long, we’re celebrating our beloved payroll professionals who deliver our paychecks month after month. According to nationalpayrollweek.com, “Together through payroll withholding, we contribute, collect, report, and deposit 70% of the U.S. Treasury's annual revenue, about 2.4 trillion per year.”
While we’re thanking our payroll professionals around the country, we’d also like to shine a spotlight on some of the challenges and trends in payroll in 2018 and the coming year. At the American Payroll Association's Annual Congress, Bloomberg Tax took a moment to interview APA President, John Raguz, CPP. Here are some of the challenges and trends he expects the payroll industry to face in the next year: