Monthly Archives: March 2016

ADP Finds Private Sector Added 200,000 Jobs in March

Private sector employers added 200,000 jobs last month, according to payroll giant ADP, although job losses continued in some sectors of the economy. Mark Zandi Small businesses with 49 or fewer employees added 86,000 jobs in March, up from February’s … Continue reading

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Paychex Sees Uptick in Small Business Jobs in Q1

Paychex saw an increase in job growth at small businesses during the first quarter of the year. Martin Mucci The pace of small business job growth improved 0.36 percent since January, the biggest three-month increase in two years in the … Continue reading

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Retirement Plans for Small Businesses

[unable to retrieve full-text content]Joe DeSilva of ADP explains how accountants can help their small business clients set up a retirement plan, in an interview with Dan Hood of Accounting Today. Source: Payroll News

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Meeting Your Clients' Insurance Needs

[unable to retrieve full-text content]Alex Quevedo of ADP talks about how accountants can help their clients get the appropriate insurance coverage, in a video interview with Dan Hood of Accounting Today. Source: Payroll News

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Winning the Talent War: Compliance

[unable to retrieve full-text content]Aldor Delp of ADP discusses the regulatory compliance requirements involved in recruiting talent, in an interview with Dan Hood of Accounting Today. Source: Payroll News

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Winning the Talent War: Retention

[unable to retrieve full-text content]Aldor Delp of ADP talks about how firms can retain the best employees and deal with succession planning, in an interview with Accounting Today editor-in-chief Dan Hood. Source: Payroll News

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Excel tip: Convert .xls files to .xls in two clicks

Are you still tormented by mysterious messages and strange behaviour working with older .xls files? David Ringstrom is here to help. Even though it’s almost a decade since Microsoft Excel abandoned the old .xls format, many people persist in using … Continue reading

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Excel 2016: Explore the new chart types

Simon Hurst investigates the three new Excel 2016 charts: Histograms, Pareto charts and Box and Whisker charts, which are all in the Statistical Charts section. This is the fifth part of our series looking at the changes and new features … Continue reading

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Winning the Talent War: Hiring

[unable to retrieve full-text content]Aldor Delp of ADP discusses how accounting firms can attract the best talent at a competitive time in the labor market, in an interview with Dan Hood of Accounting Today. Source: Payroll News

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Employers Added 242,000 Jobs in February

Employment increased by a healthy 242,000 jobs in February, the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics reported Friday, although only 100 jobs were added in accounting and bookkeeping services. The unemployment rate remained unchanged at 4.9 percent, and there were signs … Continue reading

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