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New Year and New Growth Leads to New Legislation

As we start this new year, many businesses are considering making changes to drive growth. While you might consider hiring new talent to keep up with these changes, be aware that when your headcount hits a certain number, there will likely be new legislation to consider. The Affordable Care Act (ACA), for example, triggers compliance […]

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Managing Leave Time in Microsoft Dynamics® GP

PTO (Paid Time Off) Manager in Microsoft Dynamics GP is designed to automate the process of figuring out and compensating employees for situations calling for paid time off – be it for sick leave, vacation or personal days, etc. The system works well, up to a point. Introducing Integrity Data’s Comprehensive Leave Manager. What is […]

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Two Steps to Easier Payroll Management

Payroll processing can be an ugly beast. It can be time consuming, fraught with danger and generally a huge headache. If that sounds like your payroll day, week or fortnight, take heart. Microsoft Dynamics GP Payroll along with Integrity Data’s game changing add-ons can tame the beast and eliminate the dangers. Here’s how: First, acknowledge […]

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DOL Plans to Increase FMLA Inspections

The United States Department of Labor (DOL) Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) branch chief recently indicated that there will be an increase in enforcement of FMLA which may result in an increase in on-site visits by investigators.  What will DOL inspectors find should they pay a visit to your office? An inspection by the […]

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Welcome to Summer Vacation – Could it be the Start of Your Payroll Nightmare?

We are getting close to the end of the school year and summer is just around the corner.  It's time for summer vacation and some much needed rest and relaxation!  However, for many human resources managers, this marks the beginning of a messy payroll nightmare. If you have entry-level payroll and human resources software or […]

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