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8 03, 2016

Managing Mandatory Sick Leave with Microsoft Dynamics® GP

2017-01-08T13:22:40+00:00 March 8th, 2016|Microsoft Dynamics GP, Payroll and HR Software|0 Comments

Many regions and states have joined the trend to legislate mandatory paid time off. Historically, paid sick leave has been reserved for full-time employees in conjunction with PTO plans or benefits packages. Part-time employees such as those in the hospitality or restaurant industry, among others, are often not provided with this benefit and [...]

18 11, 2015

When Is Payroll Ever Just Payroll?

2017-01-08T13:22:44+00:00 November 18th, 2015|Microsoft Dynamics GP|0 Comments

The answer to that loaded question is payroll is rarely just payroll. Most businesses offer employees various benefits on top of payroll that could include retirement plans, paid time off (PTO), and life insurance in addition to health insurance. Each of these benefits create new challenges that require the close attention of human resources and [...]

15 07, 2014

Take the Confusion out of Managing Employee Leave

2017-01-08T13:23:03+00:00 July 15th, 2014|Microsoft Dynamics GP, Payroll and HR Software|0 Comments

There are often many options for an employee to use when requesting time off – sick time, vacation, personal time off, holiday, Family Medical Leave Act, and any other reason allowed by your corporate policy.  Managing the details of each employee leave request can be challenging, especially when you have a high headcount, unless you [...]

7 05, 2013

Controlling and Managing Vacation Time

2017-01-08T13:23:06+00:00 May 7th, 2013|Microsoft Dynamics, Microsoft Dynamics GP, Payroll and HR Software|0 Comments

Consistent Policies Help Control Planned Vacation TimeVacation season can create record keeping nightmares for organizations without written policies to govern the accrual and use of vacation days or paid time off (PTO).Whether your organization lumps sick leave and vacation time in one pot or separate ones, your employee handbook and payroll procedures must be in [...]