Payroll Legal Alert

The Department of Health and Human Services has released its final notice of benefit and payment parameters for the 2017 plan year and the Department of Labor has finalized changes to the summary of benefits and coverage template.

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There’s a lot to know before you hire a teen for a summer job.

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The U.S. Supreme Court has ruled that employees at a meat processing plant may use statistical analyses to prove that they weren’t paid for their changing time in class action lawsuits brought under the Fair Labor Standards Act.

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States and the federal government are cracking down on payroll confidentiality policies.

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June is wedding month, which means name changes for brides who take their husbands’ names and couples who hyphenate their new names.

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The National Guard and Reserves are key to the nation’s defense. Customarily, employees serve their two weeks during the summer, but others may be gone longer. Here’s what you need to do now.

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Memorial Day—the unofficial start to summer—just whizzed by, which means that employees will be scrambling to take vacation days, extending long weekends and otherwise causing havoc with scheduling. Or maybe not.

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As if you didn’t have enough to worry about with withholding and reporting taxes, federal appellate courts have recently chimed in on whether and how ERISA, the federal benefits law, applies to severance pay policies.

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Here’s your monthly guide to critical payroll due dates.

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The U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement, ICE for short, has provided guidance for employers that want to conduct internal audits of their I-9 forms.

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