Learn More About How California Payroll Can Help You Run a Smoother Business
We provide an extensive collection of resources, including payroll calculators, mobile apps, and information on minimum wages, retirement, and wage orders, to make sure you are informed and empowered to make the best decisions regarding payroll, benefits, recruiting, and HR.
CA City and County Minimum Wages
Make staying in compliance with minimum wage and labor laws easy! Our minimum wages resource provides information the standards for minimum wage in the state of California, as well as specific minimum wages for cities throughout the state.
Our free online Payroll Calculator tools will help you get intelligent, user-friendly answers to your payroll questions.
Easily calculate take-home pay, gross wages, 401k, tax withholdings on bonuses, and more!
Find all of the forms you’ll ever need right at your fingertips, including:
Federal and IRS forms such as W-4 forms
USCIS Form I-9
California state forms
California Payroll forms, such as the Employee Direct Deposit Enrollment Form
Empower your organization without recommended mobile apps!
TimeWorks Mobile helps manage labor costs for remote employees and cut down on admin time.
HR Pro Mobile lets you get advice and insight directly from HR professionals.
CalSavers is a state retirement savings program helping millions of Californians save for retirement.
California Payroll offers CalSavers Connect, reducing the cost and administrative burden of sponsoring a retirement plan for your employees.
Rules and regulations regarding COVID-19 are changing on an almost daily basis.
Keep on top of new developments in local, state, and federal pandemic response via our curated collection of valuable information from various reliable sources.
Never let a bank holiday catch you off-guard again with our bank holiday calendar.
Since Direct Deposits cannot be initiated on bank holidays, it’s important to be plan around them so that your employees get their wages when they need them and not a moment too late.
Wage orders explain the rules about a variety of employment related topics such as minimum wage, breaks, overtime, and more.
California has 17 different wage orders categorized by industry and occupation. Keep on top of the legal requirements for employment issues in your industry.
The world of payroll and employment is constantly changing.
On the California Payroll blog, you’ll find information on new developments in local, state, and federal employment laws and regulations and how they will affect you and your HR department.