Recruiters and HR teams don’t need to work for large companies to find themselves buried in resumes and job applications. Hiring new employees can eat up hours, days, even weeks, depending on the position and the number of openings. That’s why—according to Capterra (a software solutions review service)—75% of large businesses use an applicant tracking system (ATS) to streamline the hiring process. In fact, Jobscan reports that 98% of Fortune 500 firms consider an ATS to be a must-use.
Summer in the city might actually feel a lot cooler this year, thanks to a new law that gives workers in the City of New York more flexibility in their work schedules. Specifically, a new law that takes effect on July 18, 2018, will permit workers to make temporary work schedule changes to accommodate qualifying personal events.
Selecting a quality payroll provider is one of the most important decisions a business owner will make. There are multiple ways to go about it: You can thumb through the phone book; search online; get a recommendation from your accountant; or pick a payroll company at random and hope for the best.
It’s one of the oldest tricks in the book: An employee gets to work late, wants to clock out early or is a total no-show and recruits a co-worker to punch in or out for him or for her. It’s a sneaky way to get paid for work not done and solicit a co-conspirator to help make it happen — all while employers are left holding the bag. “Buddy punching,” as the practice is known, costs businesses millions of dollars annually, both in wages paid for non-existent workers, and in lost productivity. Not only that; buddy punching is considered in many cases to be fraud. It’s a crime, and it’s a bona fide punishable offense.