how to help employees pay bills, Payroll, financial wellness, paycheck to paycheck, payroll benefits, voluntary benefits
I recently attended my first ever APA Congress with eight of my coworkers and what an experience!
I am protesting daily payroll.
In a world where technology has enabled all services to be delivered with a tap of a button — and to be delivered instantly — the thought of “daily payroll” is horrifying.
How does this work if my employees have garnishments, such as child support? What about those employees with[...]
The APA Congress in Long Beach, California is right around the corner and we are pumped and ready to be attending!
There are many things that we are looking forward to, but we’ve tried to narrow it down to our top five — so here goes!
DailyPay was excited to attend ADP’s Meeting of the Minds (MOTM) in Las Vegas earlier this month. It was our first time there and the energy and enthusiasm all around us was amazing!
Of course, handing out cupcakes from Sprinkles (a DailyPay partner) at our booth made us a popular stop and, when attendees came by,[...]
As we enter the fourth quarter of our fiscal business year, patterns for 2019 are starting to develop. How can we make next year more productive than this one?
Several trends for payroll process improvements and predictions were highlighted during National Payroll Week 2018.
Here is our recap of some of the[...]
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:
Payroll, what employees want, hr trends, improve retention, payroll benefits, Recruiting, hourly employees
Income volatility is a term that refers to monthly and annual income dips and jumps. With the rise in the gig economy, the sine wave of volatility is even whipping down to a weekly basis.