Episode 1 of Decision Point: America’s long-term care community wants to keep stimulus payments to stay afloat yet facility owners find themselves searching for reimbursable ways to spend. With so many strings attached, learn how you can spend the money and maintain compliance with federal rules and regulations.
On June 11, 2021, the U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) issued a new agenda – one key topic included the fairness of tipped worker pay. While the agenda is specifically related to tipped worker pay on federal contracts, this could be an indicator of wider scale changes for all employees.
Payroll is undoubtedly complex and an administrative burden. The risk of ‘getting it wrong’ comes with a high price. Employers can face fines and penalties from the IRS, state governing bodies and the Department of Labor (DOL), to name a few. Furthermore, payroll mistakes can lead to costly missed opportunities. With that in mind, we would like to highlight a few of the most common [and costly] payroll mistakes you could be making with your in-house payroll.
With the endless expansion of technological advancements in the past couple of decades, companies are now able to collect enormous volumes of data from all areas of business. Data analytics is the solution to transform all the data into information that can be used to improve your company’s bottom line. Identifying your company’s key performance indicators (KPIs) is the most important part of using data analytics to help achieve your business’s goals. KPIs can have a variety of origins ranging from measuring financial ratios to customer relationships.
Marray Harris is a senior manager in the business process solutions practice at HORNE where he serves as a technical business analyst. He specializes in helping customers identify and solve business process challenges including the leverage of automation tools and serves as a liaison between business users and software developers.
Joe Benigno is the Chief Information Officer for HORNE where he leads application development, infrastructure services and IT support for the firm. He manages business automation, data analytics, and new technology initiatives serving HORNE’s clients and staff. Joe is also a member of HORNE’s Executive Technology Committee.
Bruce Walt is passionate about the client experience and leads our HORNE Accelerate division that helps businesses contend with the challenges of rapidly changing technology, competing for and retaining talent, improving processes and delivering experiences that stand out from the competition