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No matter how many employees you have on staff, your organization is required to follow all federal laws. Unfortunately, each state/locality can have its own specific laws governing payroll records; therefore, it is imperative to research what is required by each state where you have employees.
Congress just approved its first major tax overhaul since 1986. In light of the recent passing of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA), you’re probably wondering what the new bill will mean for you and your business. We’ve put together some key highlights to give you an idea of what to expect.
Dating policies have become pretty common among employers of all sizes, but with the advent of the #MeToo movement, legal experts are now recommending that employers give their policies another look to make sure they are logical, easy to follow, and presented in the best light to employees.
Is your organization prepared for the new minimum wage limits for 2018? Under federal law, employers must pay non-exempt employees a minimum wage of at least $7.25 per hour. However, many jurisdictions have higher minimum wage rates. Read on for everything you need to know based on your place of business.
The IRS recently announced cost of living adjustments affecting dollar limitations for pension plans and other retirement-related items for tax year 2018. Read on to see how this could affect your business.
Due to changes to the minimum wage, sick leave, scheduling, and other work-related factors, many states’ labor law posters have been updated. Make sure you stay compliant by checking our included list to ensure your organization’s labor law posters are in compliance with all federal, state and local laws.
Every company is aware of time clock abuse, but each company handles this issue differently. Furthermore, wasted company time can come from many areas, such as stretched-out lunch breaks, unjustified sick leaves and excessive socializing among co-workers.
The Office of Management and Budget (OMB) and U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) recently announced a new I-9 Form effective September 18, 2017.