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Horizon Payroll Solutions specializes in payroll and HR strategies with a people-centric approach. We help small to mid-sized businesses and franchise operations alleviate the time and risk associated with payroll, taxes, time management, benefits tracking and more.

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Small businesses across the nation trust Horizon Payroll Solutions to help save time, manage risk, improve reporting and more.

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We help Mid-size Businesses streamline payroll processing and improve reporting without increasing risk.

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Franchise Operations operators face unique payroll and HR demands ? and Horizon Payroll Solutions specializes in supporting these needs.

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  • EasyTime Time Management

    Our existing Time and Attendance offering now has a mobile app which allows mobile employees to clock in and out remotely while gathering a GPS location for where they were located, when they punch. Additionally, supervisors can now clock in … Continue reading

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  • Labor Law poster compliance

    This product will help ensure your compliance with the State and Federal mandatory labor law postings that not only change each year, but often change within the current year. Please remember that it is your responsibility to maintain compliance or … Continue reading

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  • LifeLock Benefit Solutions

    In today’s world of frequent data breaches, do you have employees that are concerned with identity theft? Through our new partnership with LifeLock, an industry leader, we can offer your employees a discounted payroll deduction that offers them the piece-of-mind … Continue reading

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  • National Crime Search

    We have recently partnered with a new background screening organization that has the ability to be fully integrated with our Employee Onboarding solution, or run as a stand-alone..

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  • Work Opportunity Tax Credit (“WOTC”) screening

    WOTC Tax Credits are often overlooked by many businesses because of their complexities, but our solution simplifies the process and will get you the maximum tax credit that you’re eligible for. Not only can we assist in this process for … Continue reading

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  • Electronic Applicant Tracking & Employee Onboarding:

    These offerings will help you not only with finding good employees, but also with managing all of your specific hiring forms, required legal documentation and any other ancillary items involved with your specific hiring practices. For a demo of these … Continue reading

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  • Employee Self Serve

    Allow your employees to access their pay and W2 information online. Saving you time and money! Contact your Horizon Payroll professional today to find out more.

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  • HR Cast of the Month: Employee Handbooks

    An Overview of Employee Handbooks-What Employers Need to Know. Be sure to visit the HR Support Center to listen to this month’s HRCast.

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  • HR Tip of the Month

    Companies should take time to consider and properly classify employees as having an exempt vs. non-exempt status. Employee classification must not only be agreed upon, but also must be in accordance with legal guidelines.

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  • Exempt Employee Pay Deductions

    Employers must ensure that deductions made from exempt employees’ wages are in compliance with the Fair Labor Standards Act. Salaried exempt employees who do not have available paid time off must not have deductions made from their pay for absences … Continue reading

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  • NLRB’s New Quickie Election Rules May Tilt Scales Towards Unions -

    A new set of rules has been adopted by the National Labor Relations Board, with the intention of simplifying and speeding up the process by which employees can elect to be represented by a labor union. The so-called “quickie election” rules, which take effect April 14, 2015, have important implications for how non-unionized companies prepare for the prospect of unionization.

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  • Is Your Business Compliant with the New OSHA Reporting Rules? -

    New rules from the Occupational Safety and Health Administration have expanded the agency’s reach for reporting requirements. Among other changes, more industries will now have to keep and post logs of employee illness and injuries. February 1 is the posting deadline for those already covered before the new rules kicked in on January 1. Will your company be affected? Here’s what you need to know.

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  • EEOC Guidance When Employees or Job Applicants Have Cancer -

    According to the American Cancer Society, 1.7 million citizens are projected to be newly diagnosed with cancer this year, and nearly 15 million Americans are living with the disease today. Many of them are employed or are looking for jobs. Does dealing with job candidates and employees with cancer require any special considerations? The answer is yes. Here’s why.

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  • Paid Sick Day Policy: Fertile Ground for Trial and Error -

    In his recent State of the Union Address, President Obama lamented the fact that U.S. employers are not obligated to offer employees paid sick leave. Most employers do so anyway, although some, like those based in San Francisco, are required to by local laws. However, unless or until paid sick leave becomes a federal mandate, many employers might benefit from experimenting to see what works best for them.

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  • Extreme Winter Weather Creates Blizzard of New Requirements -

    Depending on where you are located, winter can wreak havoc, or at minimum, add some complications in the way things get done in your business. This is hardly a revelation to employers in regions regularly battered by punishing snow and ice storms. But what might not be so obvious is the degree to which federal and state laws dictate your obligations to employees when hazardous winter weather strikes.

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  • Poor Communication About Pay May Sap Employee Motivation -

    Don’t hold back on talking to employees about why they are paid what they are paid. Many employers don’t, and that can diminish the motivational potential of paying your workers a competitive salary based on an understood compensation philosophy and some objective market research. Here’s what others are doing.

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