We are pleased to announce the release of Sage HRMS HR Acitons Version 10.6.14. If you’re a Sage HRMS HR Actions® user, you’ll want to update to this new version and take advantage of enhancements that increase functionality and make HR Actions even easier to use. Read more about them here and find links to the complete release notes and product information.
The movie "Hidden Figures" has made us aware of the critical role African American women played in the early days of NASA's efforts to put a human being in space. Black History month is an appropriate time to recognize other "hidden figures," some of the Black scientists and inventors whose work and research have contributed to the technology we use every day. Learn about four of them here and find links to pages with information on many more.
Staying current with changes in federal and state forms and requirements is essential. The new release of Sage HRMS HR Actions W-4 and software manual will keep you up to date with 2017 state and federal reporting requirements. And the new Sage HRMS HR Actions I-9 version 10.7.1 supports Form I-9 (version 11/14/2016 N) Employment Eligibility Verification, required as of January 22, 2017. Read this post to learn more about both.
We’re happy to report that we have tested Sage HRMS Garnishment Manager v10.7.2 on Windows 10 and found no problems.
New release supports recent changes to Form I-9, Employment Eligibility Verification, announced by the Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) on November 14, 2016. You must install this update in time to support the January 22nd deadline set by USCIS.
New release notes for Sage HRMS HR Actions Version 10.6.12 are now available. Read more about them here and find links to the complete release notes and product information.
U.S. District Judge Amos Mazzant grants preliminary injunction to suspend new Overtime "Final Rule" that was set to take effect December 1, 2016. This means the new rule will not take effect as planned on Dec 1st. The new overtime rule that would have raised the minimum salary of exempt employees from $455.00 a week, or $23,660.00 a year, to $913.00 a week, or $47,476.00 a year.
An early holiday gift from the IRS! On November 18, 2016, the IRS issued Notice 2016-70 that extended the deadline for employers and other coverage providers to furnish the 2016 IRS From 1095-C to their employees. The notice did not change the filing date for that form. Read this post to learn more about the extension, follow a link to the Notice, or find a number to call if you have additional questions.