Five Reasons Why Your Business Should Be Using a PEO

PEOs typically have an enormous amount of experience dealing payroll administration, employee benefits, and workers' compensation.

The benefits of using a PEO

The use of a PEO yields more employee benefits at a far more affordable price than an in-house HR department.

Does your business need workers compensation insurance?

Just about every business requires workers' compensation insurance. This insurance policy covers injuries as well as occupational diseases that are causally related to workplace activities.

How President Trump's Executive Orders may affect your workplace

President Trump's executive orders will impact individuals as well as employers. These executive orders are making all sorts of different impacts on workplaces.

Health care and wellness in 2017!

Of the many perks that an employer can offer an employee, health care is still the most important benefit.

Minimum Wage Changes in 2017

The new year brings several changes to minimum wage laws across the United States. The District of Columbia and 29 states are raising their minimum wage pay rates above the federal government's minimum of $7.25 per hour

Niroc Monthly- January 2017

With the new year in full swing, there are a few HR trends that have been on the rise. From business hiring at a slower rate, to increased hiring of boomerang employees, which of these trends do you plan on implementing for your business?

Are Holiday Gifts and Parties considered Taxable Wages?

Although you might think that gifts and parties are simply ways to celebrate or reward your team for their hard work, the Internal Revenue Code Section 61 states that all forms of compensation are subject to income tax, unless specifically excluded by the tax code.

Politicians are taking a closer look at Trump’s Maternity Leave proposal

During the election, Donald Trump announced a proposed Maternity Leave plan which has drawn both praise and critique.

BREAKING NEWS: Texas judge blocks overtime rule

Federal judge blocked an Obama administration rule to extend mandatory overtime pay to more than 4.2 million salaried workers.