Following Labor Day, this week is National Payroll Week (NPW), which celebrates American employees and employers. National Payroll Week was created in 1996 by the American Payroll Association to celebrate the partnership between the workers of America, their companies, and the payroll professionals who pay them. Additionally, NPW recognizes importance government programs including Medicare, social security, child support, and fair labor standards.
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Do you find yourself stressed at year’s end because of a lack of preparedness? Preparing for the year’s end doesn’t have to be a hassle, with proper planning and a solid team. For starters, beginning to prepare in January is your best bet. By doing so, you can keep tabs on payroll each month, checking for errors and calculating taxes. By doing this each payroll period, you have the opportunity to catch errors and have ample time to fix them if need be.
According to a recent study, the revenue for human resources and payroll software is expected to rise over the next five years to an upwards of $4 billion. Private investment in computers and software and adoption of the Software as a Service (Saas) business model are factors in the revenue growth. Some organizations will return to outsourcing HR and payroll as corporate profit continues to rise.
This week is National Payroll Week (NPW), which celebrates the hard work by America's wage earners and the payroll professionals who pay them. Together, through the payroll withholding system, they contribute, collect, report and deposit approximately $1.7 trillion, or 71.9%, of the annual revenue of the U.S. Treasury. NPW was founded by the American Payroll Association in 1996. Coinciding with the celebration of Labor Day, NPW celebrates the economic, cultural and social achievements of America’s workers.
CheckPoint HR, the trusted ally in web-based Human Resources management for small to mid-sized companies, today formally announced the launch of its channel partner program. The CheckPoint HR Channel Program was designed to provide partners with the ability to offer an integrated technology solution to reduce health care and administrative costs, increase efficiencies and streamline operations.
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