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Payrolling

May 14, 2016 Read time: 3 minutes

By Katherine Duru Employers with a nationwide workforce face an array of responsibilities with respect to complying with Federal, State, and Local regulations. The Human Resources department is generally tasked with compliance, in conjunction with legal counsel. In most organizations, HR is responsible for talent management and acquisition, employee engagement, employer branding, organizational development, benefits…

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May 12, 2016 Read time: 2 minutes

Darlene Bruder, Vice President of Operations When partnering with a Payrolling Service the on-boarding process and experience is a little different than a traditional hire. This can sometimes be a confusing moment for the candidate but a good Payrolling company will always have a process in place to create a smooth onboarding experience for your…

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May 6, 2016 Read time: 2 minutes

Sara Jensen – National Business Development Management Payrolling contingent employees has been practiced as an overall strategic outsourcing plan for years.  With the use of an alternative workforce (temporary or leased employees, consultants, independent contractors, etc.) on the rise, Contractor Payrolling (also known as Employer of Record payrolling) is now considered an essential element of…

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May 6, 2016 Read time: 3 minutes

Peter Limone, CPA, CGMA – President and CFO Choosing a payrolling service provider is much like finding a business partner, someone who will provide expertise, is aligned with your goals, enhances your reputation, is well respected in the business community, and will help grow your business. Ultimately you want to ask the question “will they…

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April 6, 2016 Read time: 2 minutes

Can your HR team fulfill increased responsibilities as your company rapidly expands into additional states? Can they keep up with the latest technology and track changes in labor laws in each of those states? Outsourcing contractor payroll takes care of all these problems and saves you money in the process. Access to Latest Technology Outsourcing…

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February 3, 2016 Read time: 2 minutes

“Road warriors” who travel across state lines weekly to visit clients or colleagues from other offices, attend meetings and conferences, and handle business are ideal for cultivating business relationships and increasing the company’s bottom line. However, paying these employees, withholding and paying taxes, complying with state and federal laws, and following other payroll requirements can…

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February 1, 2016 Read time: 2 minutes

How would you like to save your company thousands of hours and half the costs of traditional temporary staffing expenses? IES did just that for this specific company. Client Profile A particular science and technology solutions provider working in government and commercial sectors to provide scientific, engineering, systems integration, and technical services came to us…

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January 29, 2016 Read time: 2 minutes

As a staffing firm owner, non-core functions like payroll are part of doing business. Although processing payroll is a necessary activity, you’re better off outsourcing it. What benefits come from outsourcing your payroll? Consider these. Reduce Costs and Risks Start-up costs for payroll are relatively low because you pay for services as needed. Outsourcing provides…

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January 29, 2016 Read time: 2 minutes

The following is a guest post from IES’s President, Peter Limone:  Each year Innovative Employee Solutions meets with hundreds of companies across the United States who are looking for help with Payrolling. Most of these companies are looking to take advantage of the increased efficiency, lower cost, and lower employment risk an Employer of Record…

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February 17, 2015 Read time: 4 minutes

The following is a guest post from IES's President, Peter Limone: We all experience the question, “what does your company do?”  Most of us have an answer for this, but know that the answer we’re giving is not the full story.  Go ahead, explain your company in the next 20 seconds!  Of course there are…

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