Agencies are currently searching for ways to continue to pay their employees in the current emergency. The MITC team has expertise in Emergency Sick and FMLA regulations, Hazard Pay, and the Paycheck Protection Program.
- The most common way to automate Hazard Pay is to use Job Differential in Advanced Payroll Parameters/Timekeeping procedures. This will automatically increase the hourly pay for all employees working at the location/client.
- If the Hazard Pay is only for certain shifts, then Advanced Payroll Parameters/Shift Differentials can be used.
- If the Hazard Pay is only for certain Activities, then there are several different ways to set up Activity Differentials in Advanced Payroll Parameters.
Join us for a webinar on Thursday, June 4th at 2:00pm EDT to learn more about hazard pay and other ways agencies can pay their agencies.