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How to Change Pay Frequencies

When it comes to switching paydays, use these helpful tips.

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CA Set to Ban Salary History Questions

If signed by the governor, the bill could spur other states to follow suit.

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‘Obamacare’ Faces Another Congressional Test

A new proposal has put the ACA in Republican crosshairs—again. 

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Are ‘No-Poaching’ Agreements Legal?

The DOJ has vowed to stamp out the controversial agreements.

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Trump Stalls EEO-1 Equal Pay Proposal

The rule change would have required companies to report employee pay alongside gender and race.

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Everything to Know About the Form W-4

From new hires to newly weds, learn who needs to complete the oft-misunderstood Form W-4.

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Why Paper Checks Are Here to Stay

For better or worse, physical paychecks are still preferred by large swaths of the workforce.

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What Dara Khosrowshahi Could Mean for Uber’s Company Culture

HR practices at the ride-sharing giant have been front and center. We take a look at their new CEO’s track record.

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FMLA Leave and Natural Disasters

When disaster strikes, how do existing labor laws support employees?

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The ‘Earning Ring of Fire’: Decoding Pay Types

When should you actually create a new pay type? One of Namely’s payroll experts weighs in.

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Is Workplace Bullying Legal?

When it comes to abusive conduct, Title VII and the ADA often come into play.

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When Are Employees ‘On the Clock?’

From your morning commute to lunch, we break down what counts as time worked.

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The Evolution of Paid Leave

As more cities prioritize family leave, we take a step back to see just how far we’ve come.

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San Francisco Bans Salary History Questions

The Golden City is the latest to move toward equal pay reform.

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Oregon Signs “Predictable Scheduling” Law

The state is the first to enshrine workers’ right to a steady work schedule.

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How Medicare Payroll Taxes Work

What is Medicare and how is it funded? One of Namely's experts dives into an oft-misunderstood payroll tax.

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Trump’s Impact on HR, So Far

From Obamacare to office discourse, we examine the President’s impact on the workplace.

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Minneapolis To Enact $15 Minimum Wage

The city's new wage ordinance is the first of its kind in the Midwest.

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NYC Looks to Limit Non-Competes

City lawmakers are exploring ways of curbing the controversial agreements.

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Decoding Social Security Taxes

An expert from the Namely team breaks down Social Security, how it works, and its associated payroll taxes.