April Webinars

Classifying & Paying Exempt Employees and Avoiding Common Wage & Hour Pitfalls

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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.


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

What Does “Human Resources” Really Mean?
October 8, 2017

Over the course of my career, I have had the experience of working closely with companies of many different sizes, from the smallest (under 10 employees), to the largest a company can be while still being considered a ‘small business’



June webinar: Massachusetts Employment Law Update
April 19, 2018

Massachusetts Employment Law Update In this webinar we’ll discuss employment laws that have changed – or not – in the state of Massachusetts. We’ll cover the Massachusetts Equal Pay Act, sick leave, and family leave. By the end of this

Recorded webinar: Classifying & Paying Exempt Employees
April 18, 2018

This webinar recording will be available until October 1st, 2018. In the last few years, there has been more attention than ever on proper classification of employees. So how do you know if you’re doing it correctly? In this session,