The Internal Revenue Service finds itself flush with money, an unfamiliar position. Persistent operational problems at the agency and controversial enforcement provisions in the narrowly passed Inflation Reduction Act place the IRS under the microscope and in the middle of America’s rough-and-tumble politics.
Much analysis has come to surface regarding the impetus behind what many have called “the great resignation,” with some concluding that the pandemic is primarily at fault. However, commentary has been slim regarding what businesses should do to prevent critical workers from leaving their team moving forward.
The Great Resignation saw a record 4.53 million workers quit their jobs in March 2022. While there are a multitude of reasons for this widespread movement, including residual effects of the pandemic and new job opportunities, one surefire way to turn employees away is the lack of a robust company culture.
Women’s History Month has always been an opportunity to celebrate and hold up the accomplishments of women and their contributions to our culture and our society. Throughout the years, trailblazing women from various fields have led the way for change.
Rules around small business taxes have changed significantly in the last two years. This year is no exception as many of the various pandemic-era deductions and deferrals come to an end.
alliantgroup and CEO, Dhaval Jadav, Host Think Tank “adapt: To Change & Uncertainty in the Workplace & the Economy”
alliantgroup held its Think Tank, a two-day summit hosted by the company and its strategic advisory board of former congressional members, state officials, and U.S. business and industry association leaders.
Labor shortages in the Americas continue to affect all sectors of the US economy, and the technology industry is no exception. In fact, companies have been suffering from a shortage of STEM talent for quite some time, and a recent survey of 1,200 technicians and IT workers in the United States found that 72% will quit their jobs by the end of next year. understood.
Like a driver dropping a lead brick on the gas pedal, the pandemic accelerated every industry’s need to automate and digitize its processes. A combination of supply chain disruptions, an increasingly disparate workforce, and the pressure to integrate emerging technologies such as AI and machine learning are pushing companies to ramp up digital transformation efforts to maintain competitiveness.
To respond to this accelerated need for digital transformation, companies should lean on available federal and state tax incentives as a way to secure much-needed funding. A simple rewards program can tackle the most egregious offenders by offering incentives, but more comprehensive plans can be put in place to handle even smaller, everyday medical expenses.
Poor execution of an otherwise defensible policy initiative can damage the national interest and erode support for government and its institutions. Proposals on the table for the IRS would hamstring the service just as urgently needed plans to revitalize it are set to start.