PROXUS Rings in the
New Year with Milestone 500th Payroll Client
New Year! During this season of celebration and renewal, a special
thanks goes out to our current clients for their business and loyalty,
enabling PROXUS' Payroll Division to reach the 500-client milestone!
The 34 new clients PROXUS welcomed in December's E-Newsletter
significantly contributed to this milestone achievement, a testament to
the excellence in customer service and support delivered by PROXUS'
team of payroll professionals. <<Read
Business Trends and
the Role of HR in 2012
you are like most U.S. businesses, you experienced at least some growth
in 2011. According to the employment analysts interviewed in a recent
article by Bloomberg BNA, the economy showed subtle signs of growth in
2011 and they predict that we can anticipate additional growth in 2012.
Based on this growth, employment analysts have noted that among the HR
organizations surveyed, most are increasing their budgets and preparing
for a year of increased business and opportunity. In addition to the
economy, there are some key trends that forecasters see to be important
to organizations in 2012. <<Read
Tax Cut Temporarily Extended
Temporary Payroll Tax Cut Continuation Act of 2011 temporarily extends
the 2 percent payroll tax cut for employees, continuing the reduction
of their Social Security tax withholding rate from 6.2 percent to 4.2
percent of wages paid through Feb. 29, 2012. PROXUS will handle
the withholding changes for our clients, so no additional action is
Compliance Update: Is
Your Company's Employment Application Compliant with 'Ban the Box'
2011, City of Philadelphia Mayor Michael Nutter signed into law the
Philadelphia Fair Criminal Screening Standards Act, commonly referred
to as the "Ban the Box" regulation.
regulation makes it an unlawful discriminatory practice for a
Philadelphia employer to intentionally make an inquiry about a person's
criminal conviction record during an application or interview
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