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We debunk one of payroll’s most stubborn myths.
You’ll want to be mindful of these bank holidays and IRS reporting deadlines.
A roundup of protected classes, training requirements, and more.
Call it “When Hourly Met Salary,” but the process of switching is anything but romantic.
Is your HR team prepared to address substance abuse in the workplace?
A box-by-box analysis of the critical year-end tax form.
The bill would allow businesses to bypass state and local laws.
ACA compliance requirements will remain in full effect according to the tax agency.
The Trump administration has appealed the decision that sank last year’s overtime rules.
The Trump administration introduced new rules that could null the ACA mandate under certain circumstances.
The maximum amount employees can contribute to their 401k and FSA is set to change.
A Namely expert breaks down one of payroll’s most sensitive subjects.
The SSA has unveiled a new "wage base" for 2018.
In exchange for a law protecting "Dreamers," Trump has asked Congress for an E-Verify employer mandate.
One of Namely’s payroll sleuths unravels the secrets of a tax notice.
Does your jurisdiction require lunch breaks? Here are the 21 states that do.
A law banning criminal history questions will likely be signed by the state’s governor this month.
A payroll administrator’s guide to basic commission models.
Come next year, employees in the Ocean State will be entitled to fully paid sick days.
The question of whether Title VII protects LGBT workers could go to the Supreme Court.