The Top 10 Blog Posts of 2016
With 2017 just around the corner, now is a good time to celebrate the closing of a perplexing year for businesses across the country with a re-cap of the top 10 most popular blog posts of 2016.
Over the last 12 months, employers and HR professionals have been on high-alert regarding compliance-related issues like overtime expansion and the evolution of the Affordable Care Act (ACA). Additionally, other HR matters, such as avoiding payroll mistakes and HR’s evolving role have continued to be popular and ever-present themes. Here’s the 10 most read Paycom blogs from the past year.
Employee misclassifications, withholding errors, late payments, filings and record keeping issues all are potential payroll landmines. Here’s a look, originally from March, into the top five payroll issues and how to avoid each one.
This Nov. 10 post followed the final results of the 2016 presidential election and was by far our top Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA)/overtime expansion post of 2016.
Employers who don’t pay attention to the details of each wage garnishment order could find themselves facing penalties for noncompliance. Knowing these three things that we originally shared in January could help you mitigate risk and reduce your company’s liability.
After months of speculation, this blog covered the details of the final overtime rule.
Paycom has published 14 blog posts about overtime expansion throughout 2016. This post from March was the second most popular article about the now delayed FLSA overtime expansion rule.
This post from April discussed how the latest ACA payroll-based journal (PBJ) reporting affected nursing homes and other long-term care facilities.
This piece breaks down how the now delayed overtime expansion rule could impact pay structures that include bonuses and commissions.
This deadline was on many HR professionals minds because it marked the last day certain employers could fulfill the requirement to provide employees with the IRS Form 1095-C.
There’s a new generation of HR professionals who– with the right tools – can bring value to employees and the bottom line. Our March 10 post states that if your HR department only hires, fires and fills out forms, then you are missing out.
If there is one thing that is synonymous with ACA, it is change. On Dec. 28, 2015, the IRS announced in Notice 2016-4 that the due dates for the employer reporting requirement were to be extended. While this ACA post went live just a few days before 2016 arrived, it is definitely worth listing as our final top blog post of 2016.
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