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New Hire Paperwork: Requirements & Recommendations

New Hire Paperwork: Requirements & Recommendations

Various federal, state, and local laws require that employees complete certain paperwork at the time of hire. In addition to these requirements, other paperwork is recommended to help you administer payroll, benefits, and other HR responsibilities. Here are some of these key forms: Required New Hire Paperwork: Form I-9. An I-9 Form must be completed to verify that the new hire is authorized to work in the United States. Section 1 of the form must be completed by the end of the employee’s first day of work for pay (but it cannot be completed until the employee has been offered, and has accepted, the job). Employers must complete Section 2 within three business days of the employee’s start date. For example, if an employee begins work on a Monday, Section 2 must be completed by Thursday. Note: In November 2016, the government released a revised version of the I-9. Employers were required to begin using the new version by January 22, 2017. Form W-4. All new hires must complete...

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ADP Solutions for Payroll, Workers’ Compensation and Employee Handbooks Hit ‘The Spot’ for Local Restaurateur

ADP Solutions for Payroll, Workers’ Compensation and Employee Handbooks Hit ‘The Spot’ for Local Restaurateur

Ever since she was a teenager, Cassie Fishkin dreamed of owning a restaurant – a comfortable, informal little place where people could gather for long conversations and healthy food. She told herself it would be her “retirement” career after she’d succeeded as an attorney. She never imagined her passion to be a restaurateur would outweigh her desire to practice law. Once she’d made that life-changing decision, however, Fishkin bought into a restaurant partnership and began honing a new set of skills. She rotated through every position, learning the nuances and challenges of restaurant management. She combined her business acumen and creativity, and realized that she’d finally found her professional niche. In 2015, she also realized her dream when she opened the doors of her bistro, The Spot, in Montclair, N.J. At first catering to walk-in, take-out and delivery business, the restaurant grew to accommodate patrons who wanted to sit and linger over their meals. With this growth, as most small business owners learn, came myriad day-to-day challenges that absorbed...

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Make Room in the Trophy Case! ADP’s New Instant Funding API and Instant Tips Solutions Bring Home Two Top Innovation Awards from Visa and PYMNTS.com

Make Room in the Trophy Case! ADP’s New Instant Funding API and Instant Tips Solutions Bring Home Two Top Innovation Awards from Visa and PYMNTS.com

ALINE Card by ADP® Also Receives Three Visa DPS Client Achievement Awards Restaurant servers and support staff no longer need to wait to collect their tips thanks to a new Application Program Interface (API) from ADP called “Instant Funding” available on the ADP® Marketplace and its new “Instant Tips” solution. ADP developed these tools to provide clients the ability to more frequently and instantly fund employees’ tips to their ALINE Card, a reloadable prepaid payroll card.* These new solutions were honored earlier this year at the PYMNTS® Innovator Awards and the Visa® DPS Client Achievement Awards. The Innovation Project founded by PYMNTSbrings together senior executives and thought leaders in payments, commerce and retail each year for two days of closed-door, off-the-record discussions held at Memorial Hall on the campus of Harvard University® in Cambridge, MA.** This year, this highly unique and high-powered forum shared insights on where they’re placing their bets on the future of payments innovation as they look ahead to the next decade. ADP’s Instant Funding API...

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Accounting Today Explores Payroll Trends

Accounting Today Explores Payroll Trends

Accounting Today quoted Chris Rush, division vice president of Strategy and Business Development, Small Business Services, in an article titled “Software survey: Moving past gross to net,” which discusses trends in payroll processing, such as the potential impact of the Fair Labor Standards Act and the use by accounting firms of data analytics to differentiate themselves to their clients. “Big Data benchmarking and predictive analytics tools can help accounting firms further differentiate and grow the firm’s service offering as a strategic advisor by providing its clients with valuable insight to attract and retain top talent…It can give an accounting practice the ability to compare its employee data with current industry averages — including compensation, turnover, productivity and other workforce metrics. Turnover probability identifies the likelihood of voluntary turnover across an organization, within job types, locations and teams, as well as for individual employees. And data analytics can help accounting firms prepare for new pay equity reporting requirements.” Read the entire article at Accounting Today. Share this:Click to email (Opens...

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New Law Affects NYC Freelance Contracts

New Law Affects NYC Freelance Contracts

If you do business with an independent contractor working from New York City, there is a new law that applies to the relationship, effective May 15, 2017. This affects everyone who contracts with any of the estimated 4 million freelance workers in NYC. The New York City Freelance Isn’t Free Act (FIFA) makes it easier for freelance workers and independent contractors to collect payment. It also comes with hefty penalties for anyone who does not get agreements in writing and pay on time. To whom does the law apply? FIFA applies to individuals doing work as independent contractors in New York City. It includes individuals or organizations with no more than one employee that provide services in exchange for compensation. It does not matter whether the hiring person or organization is located in New York City. It excludes sales representatives, attorneys, and licensed health care workers. What contracts are covered? FIFA applies to services over $800, either in a single contract or in multiple agreements entered during any 120...

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