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NAVIGATING THE COMPLEXITY OF EARNED WAGE ACCESS FOR PEOS

In the not-so-distant past, options to provide a pay advance prior to payday were not only limited, but they also were potentially expensive for the employee and were viewed in a negative light by some segments in our society.

BY Brian Brearey

November 2023

SIFTING THROUGH THE NOISE: SPOTTING KEY PERFORMANCE METRICS

Performance metrics can provide valuable insights into different aspects of your business from financial health to client satisfaction. However, it can be challenging to determine which metrics are essential and which ones are merely background noise.  

BY Julie Long

June/July 2023

NAVIGATING THE CHANGING LANDSCAPE OF EMPLOYEE COMPENSATION AND BENEFITS

Rewards and benefits are a core part of the HR and People functions at any organization. As the Senior Director of People Experience at Oyster HR, a global employment platform with employees in 70+ countries, my team and I are responsible for the experience of our employees from the day they sign their offer letter to their last day with the company. That includes managing performance, progression, and total rewards.

BY Matt McFarlane

June/July 2023

GETTING YOUR HOUSE ORGANIZED: STEPS FOR A SUCCESSFUL 2023

To achieve success, a PEO must build and maintain a strong foundation. Without this, the weight of the inevitable operational stresses and changes to be encountered as the year progresses will not be sustainable. With the new year rush behind us, take this opportunity to get your house in order. While there are multiple financial items to tackle such as budgets, forecasts, and tax rate reviews along with sales and marketing initiatives, this article focuses primarily on operations-related steps.

BY Jean Goldstein, CPA

February 2023

Employee Retention Tax Credits

The Employee Retention Tax Credit (ERTC) was designed to give relief to employers that retained their employees, whether working or not, by paying them throughout COVID. Initially, employers could get $5,000 total per employee for the whole year of 2020. The parameters changed in 2021, giving employers the opportunity to claim $7,000 per employee, per quarter, for the first three quarters of 2021. While this is a great idea in theory, the mechanics of administering it are very burdensome for PEOs. 

BY JANE ANDERSON

April 2022

SIX CONSIDERATIONS WHEN EVALUATING YOUR COMPENSATION STRATEGY

Employees are vital to your organization and a significant investment for most businesses, typically averaging 70 percent of operating expenses. This essential business asset deserves a well-crafted strategy. While compensation is only one factor to consider for recruiting and retaining talent, it is critical to your overall HR strategy. Whether initiating or updating your compensation strategy and philosophy, the following best practices may help guide your process and decisions.

BY TARA CONGER

February 2022
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