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Three frequently asked questions during the Ask Us Anything Webinar

Posted on December 8th, 2017

By Brittany Llorente Media Marketing Associate Earlier this year, I was working with the webinar team (Chris Hadden, CPP and Justin Kirkland) and going over ideas for webinars for the upcoming year. I had just read an article about Reddit AMAs (Ask Me Anything) and the benefit of reaching out to a community for questions. [read on ..]


Holiday paid time off and how to handle it

Posted on November 22nd, 2017

By Brittany Llorente Media Marketing Associate Happy Holidays everyone! We sincerely hope that you and your family have a fantastic time with family and friends. To facilitate this, many businesses are closing their doors on Thanksgiving and Christmas (some even do adjacent days) and give their employee’s a paid holiday. Employees will cheer but the [read on ..]


Paid Time Off for inclement weather

Posted on November 17th, 2017

By Brittany Llorente Media Marketing Associate   Living in Florida, I’ve been through my share of hurricanes. They produce a ton of rain, high winds, storm surge, and sometimes tornadoes. This can result in property damage, loss of power, lots of clean up, and much worse. Almost every part of the country has its share [read on ..]


Don’t forget about the Affordable Care Act

Posted on October 6th, 2017

By Chris Hadden, CPP Technical Sales Manager   Sounds obvious, right? Sometimes I feel like I’m playing Bill Murray’s character from the early 90’s hit movie, Groundhog Day. Every time I turn on the television or listen to talk radio, I keep hearing the same question: When is “Obamacare” (the Affordable Care Act) going away? [read on ..]


Not having a (physical) paper trail

Posted on September 22nd, 2017

By Brittany Llorente Media Marketing Associate   Last year at GPUG Summit, the whole Greenshades team was dressed up like lifeguards. In case you need a reminder of our whistles, visors, board shorts and flip-flops, I give you exhibit A. We were lifeguards, wanting to save you from drowning in paper. Though it has been [read on ..]


Don’t Take the Bait: Watch Out for the W-2 Email Scam

Posted on August 18th, 2017

A quick note from Greenshades: In an effort to keep our clients, partners, and readers informed we want to share pertinent information that we feel you might find useful and to make sure you have the safest tax season possible. If you have any further questions, please contact security@greenshades.com.   Information courtesy of the Internal [read on ..]


Minneapolis updates minimum wage

Posted on August 17th, 2017

By Brittany Llorente Media Marketing Associate   The city of Minneapolis has set their employers on the path of reaching $15 an hour by the year 2022. On June 30, 2017, the city council passed an ordinance that requires large employers and small employers to reach a $15 per hour minimum wage within a certain [read on ..]


The importance of a good time clock

Posted on July 14th, 2017

By Brittany Llorente Media Marketing Associate Timesheets and time clocks have been around since the beginning of the work experience. Luckily, the experience with using them has changed in the last hundred years and today it can be more than just a piece of paper and a pen or pencil. This is why we have [read on ..]


Know when to trust the source

Posted on June 29th, 2017

By Brittany Llorente Media Marketing Associate My background is journalism. It might be because of the incredible amount of “news outlets” available and my inherent skepticism when reading anything online, but anything I read is doubted until I’ve read it on a few more outlets and the information is compared. Now, not everyone has this [read on ..]


Who’s the boss?

Posted on June 16th, 2017

By Chris Hadden, CPP Technical Sales Manager Who’s the boss? Tony Micelli? Let us know! Of course, I’m not actually talking about the TV sitcom from the 80’s. Understandably, I talk with current and prospective customers quite a bit that are hoping to gain a better understanding of how the organization chart and supervisor structure [read on ..]


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