How well does your HR manager understand federal and state hiring regulations or the process for filing an FMLA case? Learn from Fourth’s HR and Payroll expert, Gene Cabrera, as he discusses how to avoid HR compliance pitfalls.
A recent Gallup poll found only 22 percent of employees feel engaged in their work, a concerning sign especially within the hospitality and service industries already experiencing high turnover rates. Businesses looking to reverse this trend can offer employees valuable benefits aimed at filling open positions and incentivizing longevity.
2022 is halfway over, and that means time for a new slate of state and local regulations coming into effect. We’re big on helping your business maintain payroll and labor compliance, so we’ve laid out every U.S. jurisdiction upping their minimum wage, tip credits, and tipped cash wage rates starting July 1, 2022.
Payroll administration in hospitality is a major constraint, especially when considering how satisfying guest needs is the most fulfilling aspect of the job.
The past year has seen employee turnover reach an all-time high, and you’ve likely experienced it at your own business. Workers are reevaluating their jobs in record numbers, and many are not afraid to work at companies that better meet physical and mental needs.
New year, new compliance updates. While the federal minimum wage remains at $7.25 for the fourteenth consecutive year, many states and municipal governments are enforcing new minimum wage increases at the start of the year.