It's been said that a company is only as strong as its employees. If that's true (and we think it is), there's an enormous responsibility on HR departments to find, vet and, ultimately hire the perfect team members. And the quicker the better!
Paper is everywhere — especially for HR professionals. You receive and pay invoices with it. You fill out forms and sign contracts on it. You probably even use sticky notes (i.e. adherent paper) to remind yourself to complete different tasks.
But have you ever stopped to consider the cost of all that? We did, and it really starts to add up! In this post, we'll take the time to familiarize you with the numbers. They just might surprise you and make you consider "going digital." But you'll have to decide that for yourself after reading.
Many companies have begun their pursuit of a paperless office. How about yours? If it's something you've never considered before, this blog will explain the benefits and give you the motivation you need to go digital.
And if a paperless office is something you've dreamed about for a while, but haven't yet implemented, the five step process outlined in this post will show you the way.
Our new HR app is here to connect you and employees like never before. Employee onboarding software, ATS, I-9s, company intranet, and all of the features you need are now a tap away. Just add smartphone.
The IRS has recently updated its Form W-4 in response to the tax code adjustments that were passed into law last year. The changes should make it easier for businesses and their employees to report on new hire start dates.
As an HR Cloud customer, you may be wondering how these changes will affect your company and the way you file taxes moving forward. Rest assured that HR Cloud is fully compliant with the updated form and filling them out will be as streamlined as ever!
In this article, we'll discuss the various changes you can expect to see on the new W-4 form.
Hiring reliable freelancers, also known as 1099 employees and independent contractors (ICs), is quickly becoming the new normal for many companies in a variety of industries. In fact, you've probably hired a freelancer or two in the past yourself — or at least considered it.
But in order to build a solid foundation with members of this growing workforce and utilize them to their full potential, your company must learn to onboard them properly.
This quick guide is designed to be a comprehensive overview of how 1099 employees differ from full-time employees and how to conduct the onboarding process effectively. Let's get started.