• Peggi

    November 17, 2023 at 8:13 am

    I also agree with Wade. I have done both and much prefer the biweekly schedule. Gives you time for follow up on per diems and hourlies in particular and is very reliable for staff.

    During the change obviously you need to give the staff plenty of time to prepare and adjust their own personal payment schedules to match any change. And for budget purposes keep in mind that 26 payrolls means 2 months of 3 payrolls, so check your deductions and your cash flow plan.

    Good luck!


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