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Wellness plans collect a lot of health information on employees. Which means that they can run headlong into federal antidiscrimination laws, such as the Americans with Disabilities Act and the Genetic Information Nondiscrimination Act. The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission has issued final regulations on the interaction between wellness plans and these two laws.
One employee, two jobs ... Fallout from new overtime regulations
Small budgets and the need to save money for the company are the reality for many organizations these days. Writing at Business.com, Brian Hughes shares tips for finding cheaper travel plans and activities.
Here's your monthly guide to critical payroll due dates.
Q. Is it legal to pay a nonexempt employee to work at a company event at a lower hourly rate than what we typically pay her? The event is a conference where staff would be answering questions and giving out information.
Here are the Top 10 Best Thermal Laminators In 2016 Reviews, by top10bestpro.com (with Amazon.com prices).
We often feel like we are running out of time and constantly working, so we never seem to have enough time to do the things we want. But Jason Womack, writing at Entrepreneur, argues that we aren’t factoring in our lack of focus, discipline or support. Use his tips to create time and get work done.
The IRS has announced the 2017 inflation adjustments for health savings accounts (HSAs) and high-deductible health plans. It’s also released a series of information letters that clarify HSAs.
If you’re planning a panel discussion at your next trade show or industry event, follow these tips.
On Monday, start this 5-day plan to accomplish more each day.
Issues with Form I-9 ... Calculating child support withholding ... E-Verify and SSNVS ... Replacement Social Security cards.
Beginning Sept. 23, 2016, rule changes at NACHA—the electronic banking organization—will allow same-day settlements of payroll items.
Over 90% of complex litigation involves the Fair Labor Standards Act. Bad: Social media provides employees with much more information about their rights. Worse: The Department of Labor is using more apps, including tweets, to reach employees.

You’ve done your due diligence in response to the new regulations that substantially raise the weekly salary employees must earn to be exempt, now comes the hard part—training their managers in the finer points of the FLSA.

This coming year-end is going to be like no other, thanks to the accelerated, consolidated W-2/1099-MISC filing deadline of Jan. 31, 2017, and the fact that you no longer will be able to apply for an automatic extension of time to file your W-2s with the Social Security Administration. The earlier you start your year-end prep, the better off you’ll be.
Sometimes you walk into a mess and other times you have a mess thrust upon you.
S corps aren’t the only businesses to run up against the IRS when it comes to determining whether salaries are reasonable. Regular tax-paying C corporations run into the problem, too.
You withhold 75% of all child support payments. That’s a considerable sum. So, when the federal Office of Child Support Enforcement highlights payroll initiatives in its fiscal year 2017 budget request, Payroll managers take notice.
If you are meeting a business contact for the very first time, ensure that you make the best possible impression. Follow this advice.
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