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Video: Scheduler Demo July 27, 2017 by Lee Roberts
Video: Scheduler Demo
Watch a demo of the K-Pay Scheduler
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(Another) New Form I-9 July 24, 2017 by Lee Roberts
(Another) New Form I-9
You were probably feeling pretty on top of things when you adopted the revised Form I-9 (version 11/14/2016 N) that the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) published in November 2016. Now, in an apparent attempt to keep employers on their toes, USCIS will be issuing yet another updated Form I-9 (version 7/17/2017 N). The […]
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Is the DOL Changing the Planned 2016 Overtime Regulation Overhaul? July 24, 2017 by Lee Roberts
Is the DOL Changing the Planned 2016 Overtime Regulation Overhaul?
Just when you thought it was safe to pay white-collar professionals a salary $455/week, the Department of Labor (DOL) has recently filed papers indicating their intent to rewrite the Obama-era overtime rules. As a reminder, the previous administration proposed raising the salary level for professional, executive and administrative exempt employees from $455/week to $913/week effective […]
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Reminder: Ordinances for Minimum Wage Took Effect July 1 July 7, 2017 by Lee Roberts
Reminder: Ordinances for Minimum Wage Took Effect July 1
We have written quite a bit about paid time off laws that took effect on July 1, 2017 in Minneapolis, Saint Paul, Chicago and New York.   However, as a friendly reminder a number of jurisdictions also had minimum wage increases.  These legislative wage increase mandates are following a national trend that began many years […]
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New Sick and Leave Ordinances Effective July 1, 2017.  Are You Ready? June 28, 2017 by BerganKDV Team
New Sick and Leave Ordinances Effective July 1, 2017. Are You Ready?
As a reminder for companies in Minneapolis, St. Paul, Chicago and the State of New York, new sick and leave ordinances are going into effect July 1, 2017. Are you ready? Below is a short outline of these mandates and what they contain. Minneapolis/St. Paul As of July 1, 2017, all employees working within the geographic […]
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Kronos Feature: Top 100 CPA Firm BerganKDV Grows HCM Business June 26, 2017 by BerganKDV Team
Kronos Feature: Top 100 CPA Firm BerganKDV Grows HCM Business
Originally posted on www.kronos.com  https://www.kronos.com/about-us/workforce-ready-partner-network/partner-success-stories/bergankdv Challenges BerganKDV spans 7 locations across Minnesota and Iowa. Its 300 employees provide traditional CPA services, human capital management (HCM), wealth management, and IT support. Previously, BerganKDV struggled to sell, implement, and support three disjointed databases that handled its customers’ HCM needs. The inability to report across separate systems provided […]
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Paid Time Off Mandates – Employers in Minneapolis and St. Paul Need To Start Preparing June 1, 2017 by Lee Roberts
Paid Time Off Mandates – Employers in Minneapolis and St. Paul Need To Start Preparing
Businesses in Minneapolis and Saint Paul should start preparing for the approaching paid time off mandates.  Ordinances are pending in these cities that will require all employers to offer guaranteed time off to employees.  These are set to be implemented effective July 1, 2017.  For smaller employers, the ordinance will take effect January 1, 2018 […]
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Possible Minimum Wage Changes Coming To Minnesota May 31, 2017 by Lee Roberts
Possible Minimum Wage Changes Coming To Minnesota
Mayoral candidates in Minneapolis are seeking to be more employee friendly and talk of a $15 per hour minimum wage continues to gain momentum and have little push-back from any of the candidates.  Based on what we have seen around the country in areas like Seattle, Los Angeles and a growing list of cities and […]
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DOL Asks For More Time to Think About Federal Overtime Ruling April 25, 2017 by Lee Roberts
DOL Asks For More Time to Think About Federal Overtime Ruling
The Department of Justice (DOJ), acting on behalf of the Department of Labor (DOL), has filed a motion with the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals seeking to give the DOL more time to appeal a federal district court decision that blocked implementation of the final overtime rule which was scheduled to go into effect on […]
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Video: Straight From The Team – Human Capital Management Insanity April 6, 2017 by Lee Roberts
Video: Straight From The Team – Human Capital Management Insanity
Human Capital Management: Most organizations are using between five and seven separate systems to manage their workforce. This is frustrating for employees, inefficient for supervisors to manage and difficult to support. Lee Roberts talks more on human capital management below. Contact Us
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