Nothing is one size fits all around here.

We know that every small business is unique. Our clients save time and money and enjoy greater peace of mind with a customized package of payroll, employee benefits, human resources, compliance, safety and workers’ compensation solutions from Helpside.

To make sure you get access to the specific services that make sense for your business (and get the best pricing too!) we recommend a quick phone call with one of our experienced Business Consultants.

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Or, if you’d rather, you can always give us a call at (801) 443-1090.

You care about the success of your business, and so do we.

But it’s more than lip-service with us. You get access to the resources and benefits you need to keep your employees healthy, happy, and focused on your customers, and a dedicated team of people at Helpside who actually know who you are when you call.

Who We Are

Individualized attention backed by smart HR technology. That’s Helpside.

Helpside provides HR technology and solutions that recognize employees are humans. Enjoy self-service? Employees have access to their payroll and benefits information online 24/7 on their computer or mobile device. Need to talk to someone? Reach out to our Client Support Specialists via phone, email, or live chat. We are fully staffed and ready to answer your questions.

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“The people at Helpside have been great. Every time I reach out, I hear back almost immediately, always that same day. With other vendors it would be frustrating waiting for a response for our employees.”

Jalyce Robinson
Office Manager at Absolute Air

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What Should I Say When an Employee Makes a Mistake?

In business, it is impossible to never make mistakes. However, it is easy to forget that when one of your employees makes a particularly damaging mistake. You might be frustrated and tempted to yell, but doing so won’t help the situation. Here are some tips on what to say to an employee who has made a mistake:

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Do I Have to Pay an Employee Who Does Not Submit Their Timesheet?

We get this question a lot, and the short answer is yes. Many small business leaders face the challenge of getting employees to turn in their timesheets accurately and on time. Employers often get fed up and hope to withhold or delay pay for offending employees in order to motivate them to complete and turn in timesheets. Wage payment laws vary from state to state, but every state and the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) require employers to pay their employees for all hours worked on the regularly scheduled paydays set by the employer. An employee failing to turn in a timesheet is not an exception to these laws.

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