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Texas Payday Law, Part 2: Rules for Bonuses, Commission and Fringe Benefits

  • 24 February 2015
  • Author: Cari Holbrook
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Texas Payday Law, Part 2: Rules for Bonuses, Commission and Fringe Benefits

This month, we’re covering the most common mistakes when it comes to payroll; mistakes that can cost you and your business dearly. Once you overcome the hurdle of correctly classifying and compensating exempt versus nonexempt employees, you should turn your sights to supplemental compensation.  Are you handling bonuses, commission, fringe benefits and other payments within the law?

Texas Payday Law, Part 1: Is Your Exempt Staff Truly Exempt?

  • 10 February 2015
  • Author: Cari Holbrook
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Texas Payday Law, Part 1: Is Your Exempt Staff Truly Exempt?
Let’s say today the Texas Workforce Commission (TWC) decided to investigate whether your exempt and nonexempt employees are being compensated fairly. Do you think you’d pass the test? Before you answer, consider this: Even the major accounting firms routinely run into problems classifying their own employees (see this latest ruling regarding entry-level associates).
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