APS Celebrates Workers with More Than Just Pay

Shreveport, LA - August 26, 2016 - APS, a leader in cloud-based workforce management solutions and payroll tax compliance services, is joining in the salute to the American worker and payroll professionals by participating in National Payroll Week, which coincides with the nation's Labor Day celebration.

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8 Questions a Hiring Manager Should Never Ask

Ask Questions That Won't Land You in Hot Water

If you're looking to develop a hiring process in your company, or even if you already have one, it's important to look at your interview process. You need to determine what types of questions you are planning to ask potential candidates.

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6 Ways to Reduce Employee Turnover

by APS | Aug 18, 2016 | Blog, Industry Insights, HR | 0 Comments

The Pain of Employee Turnover

One of the biggest pain points for companies is managing employee turnover. It costs money to recruit, hire, onboard, and train a new employee. So when that same employee turns around and quits six months later, most efforts are lost which negatively impacts the company's bottom line. 

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Outsourcing Your Payroll

Outsource Your Payroll with a Total Workforce Management System

Payroll is one of the most important functions of the human resources department – and it’s also one that’s time-consuming and prone to error. An efficient and flexible payroll solution can make a huge difference, especially if you’re already feeling strapped for time and resources. Modern payroll technology can simplify the process, prevent mistakes, and yield insights that can boost your company’s bottom line.

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Shared Parental Leave: What’s Your Company’s Policy?

Available to employees in most countries around the world, shared parental leave programs provide employees with protected — and often extended — time away from their job positions without worrying about employers hiring someone to replace them. The term "parental" generally covers maternity, paternity and adoption leave to provide time for at least one parent to stay home with his or her baby during a standard period for parent and child.

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One-Person HR Department

by APS | Aug 09, 2016 | Industry Insights, HR | 0 Comments

One-Person HR Department

Business owners may wonder how to best tend to HR department functions while staying on budget. The most common answer usually comes down to finding the right human resources candidate who is willing to become an HR department of one. If you are contemplating an HR department structure built around one trustworthy HR representative, consider these essential points before going forward.

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Form I-9: What You Need to Know

by APS | Aug 04, 2016 | Blog, Core HR | 0 Comments

Form I-9 is used to verify the identity and employment authorization of individuals hired for employment in the U.S.

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APS Expands Time & Attendance and Custom Reporting Features in Summer Release

Shreveport, LA - August 1, 2016 - APS, a leader in cloud-based workforce management solutions and payroll tax compliance services, is excited to announce the release of some great new and enhanced features. APS has built a custom Scheduling feature, added Time Card eSignatures as well as provided updates to the custom Report Builder and Help Center.

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APS Ranks with G2 Crowd as a High Performer in Core HR

by APS | Jul 28, 2016 | Blog, Company News and Events, HR | 0 Comments

APS Named as a High Performer in Core HR by Software Users on G2 Crowd

Shreveport, LA - July 28, 2016 - APS, a leader in cloud-based workforce management solutions and payroll tax compliance services, announced today the company has been recognized as a high performer in core HR by G2 Crowd, a leading business software review platform.

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EEO-1 Report Overhaul Proposed for 2017

by APS | Jul 26, 2016 | Blog, Industry Insights, Payroll | 0 Comments

What might be changing?

The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) proposed changes to its EEO-1 report, which would require employers with 100 or more employees to submit W-2 earnings data and actual hours worked for all employees. Federal contractors with 50-99 employees would not report pay data on the revised EEO-1 report. Compliance would begin with the 2017 EEO-1 reporting cycle.

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