By 2020, Millennials will comprise 50% of the global workplace and 75% in the U.S. The workforce is growing at an unprecedented rate, and as a result, changes are coming. Read about the effects of the Millennials in this blog post.
Thinking about attending Sage Summit, the event for business professionals looking for the insights, tools, and connections to make big ideas happen? Here are are 5 reasons to consider attending this year.
With the passage of the Protecting Americans from Tax Hikes (PATH) Act of 2015 in December, WOTC has been extended through December of 2019. Given the original 28-day filing requirement, you now have until June 29, 2016, to submit Form 8850 to a designated local agency ("DLA") to obtain certification for eligible employees hired in 2015.
Being able to write and present a business case helps move your HR department form simply “setting” the corporate table to sitting there, contributing to strategic conversations. Learn when and how to write a persuasive case for ideas that matter.
Deciding whether to outsource your organization's payroll or keep it in-house requires careful deliberation. Read about factors to consider and, if in-house is your choice, questions to help you vet prospective software providers. Enhancements, such as EmpowerTax™ can extend your software's functionality.
A quick look at HR trends for 2016 reveals that the adoption of employee self-service along with mobile accessibility is on about every list. HR departments managing paper employee files are still spending as much as 65% of their time on transactional and administrative work and the workforce is continuing to see a shift in demographics, with an increasing number of digital natives expecting self-service as a part of a company’s culture.
Delphia Consulting, a Sage North America business partner specializing in the sales, installation, and support of Sage HRMS, has been named a Sage North America Million Dollar Club achiever for exceeding a million dollars in revenues during the 2014-2015 business year.
February and March will be here before you know it, bringing with them important deadlines for ACA reporting. Forms 1095-B and 1095-C are due by February 1, 2016. If you file paper forms, the deadline for Forms 1094-B and 1094-C is February 29. Filing electronically provides a larger window for compliance—that deadline is March 31. Now is the time to prepare.