JULY Webinar

The Do’s & Don’ts of Social Media in the Workplace

Wednesday, July 25 at 1pm

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HR Support Center & HR On-Demand

The all-in-one HR solution – online portal for employee self-service with HR tools to support all your questions and needs.


Fully optimize the way you handle new hire paperwork, by eliminating it with the iSolved Onboarding Module.

Track Time Save Time

The process for managing your workforce can be efficient, effective, and accurate. Learn about our Time & Attendance solutions.


Commonwealth is a Certified iSolved Network Partner and on the leading edge of the HCM (Human Capital Management) Movement. Read more

Payroll 101

An infographic overview to share with employees about what each paycheck deduction represents.


Visit Commonwealth’s ACA Toolkit to determine if your company has reporting requirements and how to stay compliant.


Webinar: Massachusetts Equal Pay Law for Procrastinators
May 30, 2018

    July 1 is the implementation date for the Massachusetts Equal Pay Act. Anyone who needs a refresher, or who has not yet taken action should join us as Charla Bizios Stevens, Director and Chair of the Employment Law

The March Towards a $15 Minimum Wage: What Would It Mean for Business Owners?
November 11, 2017

Over the past few years, many U.S. states and some cities have passed minimum wage laws that not only greatly exceed the federal minimum wage, but every year march closer to the stated goal of a $15 minimum wage. The



Webinar: The Do’s & Don’ts of Social Media in the Workplace
June 13, 2018

Webinar: WEDNESDAY, JULY 25, 1:00 PM EST       Chances are most of your employees are active on social media, and they may be using their accounts privately to say things about their employment. In our upcoming webinar, we’ll

E-Verify: What It Is and Why You Need It
May 2, 2018

Hiring always comes with a certain degree of uncertainty. Will this candidate be as competent as his references say? Is a bright-but-inexperienced applicant worth taking a chance on? Those are high-stakes questions, but employers also need to ask an even