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How Pandemic Unemployment Is Impacting Business Owners

As the global pandemic approaches the one-year mark, there is no question that it has had a major impact on business owners all over the United States. It has even forced some businesses to close their doors altogether. Due to restrictions centered around gatherings, in-person visits have diminished, opening up the way for online commerce […]

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Know When and How to Protest Unemployment Claims

Unemployment compensation is typically awarded to individuals who have lost their jobs through no fault of their own. It is designed to provide temporary income to those people while they search for a new job. However, as an employer, it is your right to protest unemployment claims. If you believe your former employee is not […]

Top Programs to Help Businesses During COVID-19

As we continue to weather the COVID-19 pandemic, the disruptions to our businesses and economy keep expanding. Even with states beginning to reopen, capacities are limited, so while it’s a good step, it still isn’t business as usual. As a result, the risk of economic hardship for small businesses continues to increase.

How to Best Manage a Fully Remote Team

Working remotely used to be a topic to discuss to give your team greater work-life balance, with more companies moving in that direction, but it still wasn’t widely adopted. That is, it wasn’t until COVID-19 changed everything and forced all companies that could move to working from home. As a result, many employers found themselves […]

Two Methods to Calculate FUTA Tax Liability

In your business, you have a lot of responsibility, like casting the vision for your future and managing payroll. You have to lead your team and deal with the nitty-gritty details most people don’t actively think about. One of these areas is the taxes you have to pay, including social security, medicate federal income, and […]

Can Employees Collect UI Benefits If I Reduce Their Hours?

The COVID-19 pandemic has left most people with a sense of uncertainty. With conditions constantly evolving, both employers and employees are left wondering what will happen next. Both are trying to stay afloat and make the best decisions possible, given the circumstances, but frequently it’s not easy.