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March 11, 2011 Read time: 1 minutes

When choosing a payroll management service, business managers should take the time to vet potential firms in order to ensure they find the best fit for their companies. Payroll outsourcing services can help employers avoid making costly mistakes and enable them to invest the time they would have spent on administrative tasks into high-priority projects,…

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March 10, 2011 Read time: 1 minutes

While outsourcing business processes such as payroll management, accounting and HR administration can save money, it provides other substantial, and possibly even more important, benefits as well. Outsourcing can increase efficiency and help companies launch new projects faster, notes All Business. Starting a project in-house involves training and hiring a new team, which can take…

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March 9, 2011 Read time: 1 minutes

Human Resources outsourcing services can help businesses maximize the use of their time and money, as well as provide their employees with an expert resource. HR firms can help companies outline their payroll management strategies, including rules for bonuses, compensation and benefits, notes All Business. There are many HR administration outsourcing companies that are beginning…

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March 8, 2011 Read time: 1 minutes

Outsourcing payroll and related tax duties to third-party payrolling services provides businesses with smaller staffs to handle their administrative responsibilities, but they must know their tax responsibilities as the employer as well. Payroll services can report, collect and deposit employment taxes on behalf of the businesses that hire them, but the main employer will be…

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March 7, 2011 Read time: 1 minutes

Decreasing unemployment rates and strong job growth are expected to encourage people to start looking for work again, especially temporary worker positions. In February, the unemployment rate fell to 8.9 percent and the private sector added 222,000, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics. Jodi Chavez, senior vice president for Accounting Principles, a division of…

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March 4, 2011 Read time: 1 minutes

As the national unemployment steadily continues to decrease, several states are noting that companies are beginning to transition temporary workers into full-time positions. In Illinois, more than 168,000 temporary workers were employed by payroll outsourcing services in December, the Rockford Register Star reports. There has been growing interest in temporary workers as a means to…

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March 3, 2011 Read time: 1 minutes

The home improvement industry often takes on large numbers of seasonal and temporary workers from spring through Labor Day - its busiest season of the year - and an increasing number of these workers are being offered full-time positions. Home improvement stores across the country are expected to hire more than 100,000 workers during the…

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March 2, 2011 Read time: 1 minutes

HR administrators should educate their organizations' managers about the temporary workforce in order to ensure they are well-treated and respected during their time at the company. Lance Richards, senior director and global practice leader of the human resources consulting practice Kelly Outsourcing and Consulting Group, notes in an article for Human Resource Executive magazine that…

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March 1, 2011 Read time: 1 minutes

Many companies use payrolling services to "try-out" entry-level workers before hiring them full-time. Tim Slattery, founder of Corporate Fulfillment Systems, didn't anticipate the trouble he would face with new hires, some of whom would demonstrate unprofessional behavior that didn't show up during the interview, Human Resource Executive reports. Slattery told the source that he'd have…

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February 28, 2011 Read time: 1 minutes

The Yoh Index of Technology Wages, a benchmark of wages for temporary workers in the information technology, life sciences, engineering, healthcare, aerospace and defense fields, found that wages for temporary workers increased in the fourth quarter of 2010 after a long slump. Hourly wages rose 4.3 percent from November to December following consistent declines throughout…

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