Taxes and employee benefits are a key part of running a business. It is not something that should be taken lightly, nor should you wait until the last minute to do it. The best way to prepare for tax season is in advance, which will ensure the filing process goes as smoothly as possible. Below are some tips for achieving this.
As workforces increasingly become more diverse, a need has arisen for multilingual accommodation. This ensures that both employers and employees will be able to communicate effectively. Maintaining open communication lines at all times will help prevent mistakes and confusion which could lead to accidents, labor management problems or catastrophic loses. Below are some ways to manage a multilingual staff without having to learn multiple languages.
Employers are not legally allowed to stop their employees from discussing payroll, even amongst one another. Additionally, they are also prohibited from taking any adverse action against employees for such discussions, as doing so infringes upon the rights that employees have been given under the NLRA, or National Labor Relations Act, Section 7.
Some business owners are considering providing their employees with benefits which will ease the financial impact of childcare. DCAP, or Dependent Care Assistance Program is a great way to start, and below is what employers should know about it.