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4 Details Contractors Can't Afford to Forget When Outsourcing Payroll

When purchasing a payroll system, you need to make sure the basics are covered—correct pay stubs, tax compliance, deductions, reporting, etc. But several details can easily get overlooked during the early stages of the purchasing process. If you forget to consider them while selecting a new Human Capital Management (HCM) system, you could end up regretting the solution you opt for.

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Will You Regret Building Your Own Payroll Integration Software?

If your payroll personnel are tired of spending half their week on manual calculations and payroll policies, it may be time to look into an automated integration solution. Automation can eliminate manual data entry errors, and reduce hours of onerous work to a few seconds.

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Did You Miss These Most Valuable Payroll Articles of 2018?

This has been a tremendous year for us at IDI. We’ve spent a lot of time visiting with our partners and working with hundreds of your clients. We’ve also written a bevy of blog posts that our clients and partners found incredibly valuable. And so, to celebrate a terrific 2018 and look forward to an exciting 2019, we’ve collected our top MVPs (most valuable posts) of the year for your review. Enjoy!

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Think HCM Can't Work for Construction Companies? Think Again!

There's a myth going around the construction industry. Many contractors are operating under the belief that if you want to outsource your payroll, time and HR, you're out of luck. You won't be able to find an HCM system that can meet the complex needs of construction companies.

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Your HCM Now Integrates with Acumatica ERP

For construction companies, using an outsourced payroll/HR system usually means dealing with two payroll systems. Employee updates are made in multiple systems and clunky workarounds are shoehorned in place to reconcile the general ledger. These companies spend hours upon hours managing their data manually to ensure both systems have the right results.

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The HCM System Buying Guide for Contractor Companies

Need to purchase a new human capital management solution for your construction business? An HCM system is a major investment, and it has implications that contractors need to be aware of. The right purchase will boost your business and help you stay in compliance with changing labor laws. But the wrong HCM system could create more headaches for your company.

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4 Doable Tips to Keep Your Construction Biz Ready for a DOL Audit

Certain industries get more visits from Department of Labor auditors than others. Construction companies are high on that list, because they have complex pay policies to follow and often employ immigrant workers. That means there's a good chance of finding Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) violations.

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​Will Your Construction Company Be Audited by the DOL?

 

Employment litigation attorneys know that FLSA lawsuits reap big rewards, and the Department of Labor is teaming up with local officials to crack down on wage theft across the United States. With an estimated 70% of employers in FLSA noncompliance, every organization, no matter what size and industry, needs to be sure they are in compliance with FLSA regulations. But construction companies could have reason to be more nervous about a DOL audit.

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4 Reasons Construction Contractors Are Tired of Payday

If you’re selling time & attendance and payroll software to government contract construction companies, you’ve got some frustrated prospects who are fed up with the entire payroll process—which means you've got one terrific opportunity to win new sales.

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3 Legal Risks Construction Companies Take Each Pay Period

Messer Construction is a regional general contractor and commercial construction manager in several Midwest and Mid-Southern states. As a government construction contractor, Messer was constantly tied to three requirements that dragged down its productivity and put the business in legal and financial risk. Each pay period put them in a situation that could result in fines, legal fees, and employee disputes. Every paycheck they issued could be asking for trouble.

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