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If your CEO sends you an email requesting a list of employees and their Social Security numbers, watch out!
July 2016 is the target date for the Department of Labor’s final regulations that increase the guaranteed weekly salary employees must earn to be considered exempt employees under the Fair Labor Standards Act.
“I have been a part of many information governance/records management horror stories,” says Braden Perry, litigation, regulatory and government investigations attorney with Kennyhertz Perry, LLC. We asked him for some warning signs that you’re not prepared for your system to be examined at close range.
If your health plan is affordable and provides minimum value, employees who buy individual health insurance on the exchanges can’t qualify for the premium tax credit, and you’re off the hook for a free-rider penalty.
Last summer, Congress jacked up the penalties for failing to file Forms W-2, 1099 or 1095 and to provide forms to payees.
Congress’ retroactive reinstatement of parity between mass transit benefits and employer-provided parking is no favor to Payroll.
Here's your monthly guide to critical payroll due dates.
Enough with the paper-eating dogs, klutzes who spill coffee on their forms and crayon-wielding children. Odds are, the same employees always have some excuse for requesting new W-2s. Here are some tips for managing the reissued W-2 process.
Just how far does Payroll have to go to accommodate an employee or job applicant’s religious beliefs under Title VII, the federal antidiscrimination law?
Pulling a group of people together at the last minute (something all managers run into from time to time) presents a number of challenges.