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BCN Services stays on top of compliance issues for employers

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Compliance can be a headache for business owners and managers. BCN Services is here to help.

But we need a partnership with you to get the necessary “i”s dotted and “t”s crossed when changes are made or considered.   Call us whenever you encounter these compliance matters so that we can assist you in the following areas:

  • Opening a new location:  Some local municipalities require city, county or school taxes to be withheld.  It is important for BCN to have each work locations properly geo-coded to ensure that taxes are withheld at the proper rate.
  • Hiring employee(s) in a new state:  BCN has experience operating in many different states, however, a minimum 10-day notice from clients is necessary when they begin work in a new state.  Registration and licensing fees are required along with many types of paperwork.  Additionally, each state has different workers’ compensation and employment requirements that must be taken into consideration.
  • Creating a new position:  When adding a new position to your staff, the screening process, physical requirements, job duties, and pay classification are all things to be considered.  Our HR professionals are always available to assist in this important decision-making step.
  • Changing an employee’s pay classification (hourly to salary):  It is generally not an issue to change a salaried employee to an hourly pay status.  However, the law is very specific about who can be changed from an hourly to a salaried position.  Job responsibilities, number of hours and amount of pay are all matters that are federally regulated.

Working together, we can expertly and efficiently manage the compliance burden. If you have questions or need assistance, contact BCN Services for guidance.




Sue Kester, HR Manager