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Biweekly is Best: How to Think About Pay Schedules

Biweekly is Best: How to Think About Pay Schedules

We’ve all been there. Payroll can be frustrating for many reasons, and in many small to midsize businesses, it’s HR’s responsibility. 

No one pays attention when you get payroll right—period after period—but one mistake can make or break HR’s reputation within your organization. Of course, you must also stay compliant with laws governing pay and stay on top of deductions, too. It’s no wonder so many HR pros stick with the payroll practices and schedule they inherited from their predecessor.

 

How to Think About Pay Schedules

But I want to make this clear: Your payroll practices should be intentional, not inherited—especially when it comes to your pay schedule. In the latest episode of HR Party of One, I cover the factors that influence pay schedules and the options available to you. Watch the full episode to understand why biweekly is best and how to make the potentially difficult transition:

If you’d like to learn more about this and other industry updates, I recommend that you check out the BerniePortal blog.

 

Additional HR Resources

BerniePortal has a ton of great HR resources to help you out: 

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