During the recent APA Capital Summit in Washington DC, it became clear that while the daily pay benefit is gaining momentum in the marketplace, there is also a great deal of confusion about the benefit, particularly in the areas of wages, taxes and garnishments.
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The 2019 Home Care 100 conference recently took place in Scottsdale, Arizona and I was privileged to join CEOs, Presidents, CFOs and COOs from some of the largest home care and hospice provider organizations attending the event.
Last week, the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) released October’s ‘Employment Situation’ report. Highlights of the report show:
Today marks a major milestone for the daily pay benefits category and the payroll services industry at large.
ADP, the largest human resources management software and payroll company, today announced that DailyPay is joining the ADP Marketplace. This announcement further expands their product offering and franchise.
Ceridian announced yesterday that they will offer a real-time pay algorithm, called Dayforce On-Demand Pay, starting early next year.
With this news, they are elevating the daily pay benefits space and validating the exciting changes occurring in the payroll industry. This is a clear indicator in the market of[...]
You can hear my take on the news in this video, or continue reading below the video.
With the rise of new and agile technology in the mobile industry, the potential for and evidence of fraud has also gone up.
There are two types of fraud that specifically have hit the quick service restaurant (QSR) vertical - customer fraud and employee fraud. In this article, we highlight two.
Parallels Between the Movie Industry and the Payroll Industry
In the early 2000s, Blockbuster had several opportunities to acquire a small upstart called Netflix.
Secure in its belief that the home movie business would never change, Blockbuster declined every time. In 2011, Blockbuster went bankrupt, and today[...]
I attended the American Payroll Congress this year for the first time in the Washington DC metro area. It was three informative, educational, and fun (!) days of meeting up with colleagues, old friends, and new partners. Here’s my report from the field: