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Updates to Families First Coronavirus Response Act (FFCRA)

What does this mean for Employers?

Employers have wondered if the mandated paid sick and family leave passed under the Families First Coronavirus Response Act (FFCRA) will be extended beyond the December 31st deadline.  The answer is “no”; BUT employers who voluntarily offer paid “FFCRA” leave to employees through March 31, 2021 will still receive the corresponding tax credit.

So, NO, not mandated to continue adhering to FFCRA after 12/31/2020

But, YES, the company can opt to continue voluntarily adhering to FFCRA and, if the company opts to continue offering FFCRA paid leave, all current provisions and record keeping apply.

Read about it here … READ MORE

Up for discussion once again is the Paycheck Fairness Act

On May 31, 2019, the IRS released a draft of the Newly revised 2020 W4 form; this new and revised form incorporates changes brought about by the 2017 Tax Cuts and Jobs Act.
6.12.19 – Read about it here… READ MORE

Up for discussion once again is the Paycheck Fairness Act

A bill to amend the Fair Labor Standards Act of 1938 and Equal Pay Act of 1963 was passed by the US House of Representatives on March 27, in a 242 – 187 vote. Once again, the bill was passed by the house but held up at the Senate level; yes you are right… this is old news… same thing has been occurring since 1997.

3.29.19 – Read about it here… READ MORE

Being a Highly Compensated Employee in 2019

If you are a highly compensated employee (HCE), it is recommended that you pay close attention during your employer’s annual open enrollment.

2.19.19 – Read about it here… READ MORE

Labor Law Poster Compliance

Be sure to be in the know with all Labor Law Posting Requirements!

2.19.19 – Read about it here… READ MORE

Employ 5 or more employees in California?

Are you prepared for the new Harassment Training Requirements that go into effect in 2020?

1.14.19 – Read about it here… READ MORE

State Minimum Wage

Many states are increasing their required State Minimum Wage on 1/1/2019.   Be sure you are compliant with your State’s Minimum Wage.

12.19.18 – Read about it here… READ MORE

Fair Work Week Bill

On Thursday, December 6th, Philadelphia City Council passed a “fair work-week” bill that will require certain employers, meeting specific criteria, to increase pay rates to their employees working certain approved weekly schedules.

12.10.18 – Read about it here… READ MORE

An Employers Guide To Medical Marijuana Policies. HaHaHa that was so funny! Let us know when you’ve found one!

10.12.18 – Read about it here… READ MORE

Are you prepared to refund your Medical Loss Rebate? Not sure what we are talking about? Be in the know… Medical Loss Ratio Rebates

10.3.18 – Read about it here… READ MORE

Does your company offer Paid Family and Medical Leave? Are you aware that there is a tax credit your company may be eligible for?

6.14.18 – Check out the information here… READ MORE

Are you thinking about implementing an English only policy for your company?

6.8.18 – Here are some things to consider before you do so…   READ MORE

What is E-Verify ?

4.6.18 – What is E-Verify? Am I out of compliance because I haven’t been using it?  READ MORE

State of Emergency and Employers Responsibilities to Compensate Employees

3.20.18 – It’s a “State of Emergency”, you can’t expect me to come to work! Or can you? How employers should handle a State of Emergency.  READ MORE

Unemployment Claims

3.8.18 – Let’s face it… Navigating through the world of Unemployment Claims can be confusing… Below is the skinny on the Unemployment Process.  READ MORE


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