Since it was first enacted in 1938, the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) has set the federal standard for working hours and pay. The Department of Labor (DOL) enforces the FLSA’s stringent guidelines for determining employee eligibility for overtime pay, and it is critical that you are familiar with the recent changes to some of these guidelines.
The latest advances in modern technology mean you now have access to dynamic tools that support a deeper analysis of your workforce data. In fact, HR data analytics can provide you with greater visibility into your workforce and enable targeted, data-driven decisions about HR programs and initiatives. But what exactly is HR analytics, and how can you use it in your organization?
Just about every talent management activity generates data. From the moment candidates apply to the time they leave your organization, there are dozens of data points to track and report.
A human resources business partner (HRBP) is a critical member of the HR team, helping the organization drive business strategy through an array of HR programs and activities.
The Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) has regulated employee overtime eligibility for decades. However, recent changes require a second look at how your organization classifies employees and calculates overtime pay.
The Affordable Care Act (ACA) became law in 2010, and it has since made healthcare more accessible and affordable for millions of uninsured Americans.
An essential part of effective payroll management is periodically auditing your payroll policies and practices. Follow these critical steps to conduct a successful payroll audit and keep your payroll practices in top shape.
A unified workforce management system ties together all of the core elements of a talent management system, including payroll, scheduling, leave management, time and attendance, and other essential HR services.
When all of these pieces are pulled together in one centralized platform, you can improve efficiency, do more with workforce data, and provide a positive employee experience.
Early wage access programs allow workers to gain access to wages before their company’s regular payday. These programs are great for helping employees make it from paycheck to paycheck, which in turn increases their productivity and reduces company turnover rates.
Whether you have a few non-exempt employees earning overtime or many more, managing overtime costs is essential to keeping track of your payroll spending.
By establishing rules for overtime, scheduling, and employee attendance, you can manage overtime in real time and stay informed when costs approach or exceed your budget.