Not having workers’ compensation insurance can be devastating for your business.
Workers' compensation insurance is a mandatory type of insurance required by law in almost every state. It covers medical costs and a portion of lost wages for an employee who gets sick or injured at workplace. In the worst case, it provides financial aid to the deceased worker's family.
As an employer, you need to have workers’ compensation to cover your employees and your company against work-related accidents. Apollo Payroll can help you choose the most comprehensive workers’ compensation insurance policy at the best possible price.
Every decision that you make as an employer can be an important one, especially when you have a budget to stick to, employees to provide for and laws to adhere to, and planning for the long term often gets put aside in favor of staying afloat and staying within budget. However, there are some long-term planning decisions that may be critical to the success of both...
The Affordable Care Act, or ACA, continues to be scaled back as we progress into 2019, raising many questions about changes to the law. Read on to find out what you need to know as an employer, to comply with the ACA in 2019:
Are you legally required to offer your employees health benefits?
Small businesses are said to employ almost half of all workers in the U.S. and if you run a business with employees, then your payroll is likely to be a little different this year; here are the top 10 changes to payroll for 2019:
1. Rule changes for minimum wage