As a home health care agency, generic payroll and HR solutions are not going to cut it. You need human capital management software that is designed to specifically meet the needs of your agency. Solution? Flexible software. We know how important automation is for the payroll and HR department at your agency. We’ve been in … Continue reading Home Health Care Flexible Software Video
Workers are often mistakenly classified by agencies as independent contractors or 1099 workers instead of employees. These mistakes can be costly because the putative employer is not paying payroll taxes, workers’ compensation premiums, or unemployment insurance, for workers classified as 1099. Wage and hour rules (e.g., overtime pay), employment laws (family and medical leave), and benefit requirements (e.g., offer of insurance … Continue reading Classifying Your Home Health Workers: Independent Contractor or Employee
Agencies face a complicated and confusing compliance landscape, and you’ve got to be ready should the Department of Labor, the Social Security Administration, or the Internal Revenue Service come knocking. This article will explore how home health care agencies can replace stress with confidence to survive a potential audit.
You work hard to attract and hire the right caregivers, losing workers is simply not an option. Learn more about why caregivers leave and what you can do to reduce turnover at your agency in 5 Ways to Tackle Turnover in Home Health Care.
Overtime is the law. Ever since the Federal Labor Standards Act (FLSA) was enacted in 1938, employers engaged in interstate commerce have been required to pay time-and-a-half to employees for hours worked over 40 in a workweek. There’s been a lot of discussions recently about the Department of Labor’s proposal to increase the overtime exemption … Continue reading Why the DOL’s Proposed Overtime Changes Matter for Home Health Agencies