Signs That Something Is Amiss In Payroll

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Every Penny Counts: The Major Implications Of Payroll Errors

Payroll errors and inconsistencies can result in serious repercussions for employees and employers alike. Here, the experts in Human Capital Management (HCM) and Payroll Management Technology at Wise Consulting discuss the implications of payroll errors and how to prevent these errors from occurring. Payroll Errors Hurt Everyone While any type of human resources error can…

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The Beginning Of The [Year] End

The end is near! We are already past Halloween, but if you work in payroll, there are still many spooky days ahead. Year-end payroll planning is already underway and the next two months will be busy and full of challenges unique to your business. In addition to the many to-do’s left on your 2018 list,…

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The “Wise Way” To Continuous Improvement

The “Wise Way” is about more than tweaking your human capital management (HCM) system using industry-standard optimizations. It’s about always improving upon what you already do well. Recently, two of Wise Consulting’s top subject-matter experts, Ana Woods-Hill, CPP and Amanda Babbidge, GBA talked about what you can do to start right away. What Does “Always…

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Could Your Employees Be Under Withheld For Federal Taxes In 2018?

On Dec. 22, 2017, one of the most significant reforms of the United States Tax Code in over three decades was signed into law. The new law, called the Tax Cuts and Job Act (TCJA), came into effect on Jan. 1, 2018 and significantly changed corporate and individual taxation. Across the country, taxpayers are struggling…

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Signs That Something Is Amiss In Payroll

When there’s no sign of any payroll problems, everyone, including upper management and executives, assumes that things are working just fine. But just because things seem fine doesn’t always mean they are. The sad truth is that often, major, hard-to-repair payroll issues have to happen before companies realize just how deep their payroll issues really…

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