Tag Archives: compliance

Ghost, Zombie Assets Terrorize Your Company’s Bottom Line

Ghost and Zombie Assets

Gather ’round boys and girls: It’s time for a spooky Halloween story! This one involves the dreadful ghosts and zombies that may be hidden among your fixed assets. Our storyteller for today is none other than Gary Maher, our Sage Partner Account Manager. Gary’s tale of horror involves these gremlins… Read more »

AmericanHort warns horticulture industry to prepare for overtime legislation

EAP Ag Legislation

I was so excited when AmericanHort announced a few weeks ago they were going to host a webinar called “Avoiding Audit Surprises: The New Overtime Rule and Other Federal Labor Topics.” This is a topic we’ve been discussing for years with the horticulture industry.┬áIt’s our goal to help people in… Read more »

Immigration penalties a reminder to stay in compliance

immigration penalties 2

It’s funny how government works. And I’m not talking “funny ha-ha.” Or, maybe I am, because some of the decisions made by government officials seem comical compared to others. As I was watching my TweetDeck feed earlier this week, I saw a Tweet go by with a link to an… Read more »

Changes to Form I-9 could benefit horticulture industry

Over the past few years, we’ve kept up a conversation about HR compliance in the horticulture industry. Even though we’ve been involved with horticulture only for the past 10 years, we’ve seen a dramatic shift in laws ranging from health care to immigration that would never have affected the horticulture… Read more »

A taxing question: What are your intentions with that pumpkin?

Imagining tax at a charity pumpkin patch

When you work at a company that sells sales tax compliance software, it has the potential to be a pretty boring job. In your mind’s eye, I’m sure you’re thinking about rows of cubicles with middle-aged men with short-sleeved button-up shirts with pocket protectors and 1950s hairstyles and glasses. Not… Read more »

Ahoy! Horticulture needs to focus on HR compliance

Not long after Culitvate14 in July, Laura Drotleff, the editor of Greenhouse Grower Magazine, gave Greg Lafferty a call. It was hard for them to meet up during the trade show; but true to her word, Laura was interested in what Practical Software Solutions was doing for the horticulture industry,… Read more »