After spotting someone in a Thunder jersey while in South Dakota, Amy knew it was meant to be. The seminal moment came right after an internship offer landed in her voicemail and the rest was academic. Before onboarding newly minted Thunder employees, Amy worked for a CPA firm after college for years where she gained invaluable skills and experience, including accounting and payroll and relationship building. All of those HR and sports management classes she took during graduate school finally paid off.
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Paying your employees and contractors consistently and accurately is critical to maintaining positive work relationships. Bitter workers kill productivity as their faith in your company withers. A business cannot afford such a sloppy payroll. When you charge Neff Accounting to manage your payroll, we will set up your pay schedule to be consistent and correct. Your employees and contractors will benefit from the assurance that they will be paid routinely and accurately.
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Several small Jewish-owned businesses in the Philadelphia area have applied, been approved for and received Payroll Protection Program funds from the program established in March as part of the Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security Act. David Neff, founder and owner of Neff , a boutique branding, advertising and public relations agency in Old City, felt lucky that he was successful in receiving the PPP money his business needed to meet its next eight weeks of payroll. Get Jewish Exponent's Newsletter by email and never miss our top stories We do not share data with third party vendors. Free Sign Up. The concern, however, is that the legislation stipulates that all PPP funds must be used in one of the enumerated ways within eight weeks of receiving the funds if those loans are to become forgivable. That time frame has business owners worried, as it appears implausible that even a fraction of small businesses will be open for business, let alone generating revenue, eight weeks from the time they received their first check. A second round of PPP funding has been established, but many area small business owners say third, fourth, and fifth rounds may be needed. Jeff Kalinsky, the longtime director of operations at Betty the Caterer, feels similarly. The party business, the catering business is going to take a whole lot longer to open up than a retail store or a restaurant just because of what we do and the size of our events. Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.
Your Library Podcasts News. Stream Top Podcasts Stream the best podcasts from your favorite stations. Crime Junkie. If you can never get enough true crime The Piketon Massacre. On the night of April 21, in rural Piketon, Ohio - eight members of the Rhoden family were viciously murdered execution style in their homes. Shocked by the arrests, this once close-knit and religious community remains divided and unable to cope. Was a respected and reputable Piketon family responsible for this unimaginable murder spree?