A small business jobs index kept by Paychex | IHS Markit Small Business Employment Watch recently showed that small business hiring slowed in 2017, also perhaps a sign of the tight job market. Fifty-one percent of executives in the Robert Half survey said they're casting a wider net by considering entry-level applicants for roles that wouldn't have been open to them previously, and an equal percentage are expanding their search geographically. Other strategies include bringing on interim professionals, shortening the recruiting process and loosening job criteria.
More in Workforce management HR Technology Employee communications Employee relations Operations print reprint HR managers can now keep an eye on employees’ hours with a new iris scanning feature from Paychex, in what the company claims is the fastest and most accurate time product on the market. The InVision Iris Time Clock, which uses biometric iris screening to clock employees in and out of work, is the latest addition to the Paychex Flex HCM system.
With the accounting industry gearing up for its year-end pressure scenarios, Paychex, Inc. – recognized as a provider of integrated HCM solutions for payroll, retirement, HR, and insurance – announced a new, state-of-the-art offering, AccountantHQ. Operating via the Paychex Flex® online platform, the framework helps drive efficiency, with the ability to sift through HR data, key account, and client payroll information as well as access a highly developed accountant resource repository. Importantly, the system is supported by a robust accountant services model.
The new tax law, signed by President Trump last Friday, ushers in the most comprehensive tax reform legislation in more than two decades. Paychex, Inc., a provider of human capital management solutions for payroll, HR, retirement, and insurance services, is offering guidance to business owners implement the provisions of the bill and offer solutions to manage payroll tax obligations.
Amidst the whirlwind of numerous family gatherings, holiday parties, shopping trips, massive feasts, and mountains of leftovers, it suddenly dawned on me that 2018 is five days away… what?! It’s hard to believe how quickly this year flew by. As it’s common to do this time of year, I started to think back on the last 12 months. Certaintly, this included personal reflection, as well as considerations of the training industry collectively. I was curious to hear from my peers, comprising Training and Learning and Development experts, and hear their insights, takeaways, and predictions on what will impact the training community within the next year.