A Minor Technicality On Pay Stub Can Cost Employers Big BucksToday’s business can be susceptible to lawsuits, big fines, and headaches in areas they take for granted.1- Imagine being sued by every single one of the employees who worked for you over the past four years because your paystubs have an extra comma in your company’s name.2- A zip code is missing from your company’s address on your paystub.3- Your company’s paystub includes the pay period end date but not the beginning date.These items sound like minor errors or omissions, and you have not even know that you have done something wrong, but lawyers are keeping the courts busy filing lawsuits against companies every day because of these kinds of infractions that violate California Wage and Hour laws.Protect Against Actions and Stay On Top Ever-Changing Wage and Hour laws and RegulationsHere’s a quick checklist for you:– Do you have a good payroll company to help you?- Does your payroll company provide you with updates on changing laws and regulations?- Does your payroll company ensure that you comply with the Wage and Hour laws and regulations like those noted above?- Does your payroll processor have access to someone who can assist in auditing and updating you on your payroll practices?And, what about the payroll notices under the Federal Affordable Care Act? Now that the law is likely changing, are you still in compliance?Save time, money, and do your payroll on your own terms. TelePayroll’s WebClient is a secure online portal that allows you to quickly submit your payroll and focus on your main goal: growing your business. Visit our website www.telepayroll.com or call 800-977-2976 or email: email@example.com.
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