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Katherine is a New York-based digital writer who joined Fingercheck in 2015. She promotes Fingercheck through the power of the written word. She graduated from Fordham University with a B.A. in Communications and Media Studies with a focus on Journalism. Connect with her on LinkedIn

By: Katherine Muniz Mar 28, 2018

5 Disputes You Don’t Have to Worry About with Fingercheck

In this day and age, the cost of wage theft is high, and accusations of workplace misconduct frequently occur. All it takes is one employee to make a wage and hour claim against you, and the setbacks are cataclysmal. Luckily, Fingercheck wa
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By: Katherine Muniz May 16, 2017

5 Common Ways Businesses Unknowingly Break The Law

You're a business owner, which means you operate and manage your own business. Whether you have just one employee, fifteen, or fifty, regardless of the size of your operation, you're responsible for complying with federal and state laws tha
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By: Merle Capello CPP Jun 03, 2016

Escheatment, Abandoned Property and Payroll

The common law principle governing unclaimed property is called “escheat.” Under English common law, it was a rule that returned or surrendered property to a lord or to the Crown if no lawful heir could inherit it. The concept of e
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By: Katherine Muniz Mar 15, 2016

FingerCheck Introduces Free Electronic New Hire Reporting

In our continuous effort to expand our software services to support you in new and innovative ways, we are rolling out yet another new feature - electronic new hire reporting for all FingerCheck360 supported states! We know that when it com
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By: Katherine Muniz Feb 22, 2016

The Legal Consequences of Not Paying Your Employees On Time

Payroll compliance is a new topic we’ve been exploring on the blog, and this week, we're talking about the legal repercussions of not paying your employees on time. As an employer, it is your responsibility to adhere to a regular pay sc
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