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  • Holiday Parties

    Date:
    27 October 2014

    As the year draws to a close, employers across the country begin gearing up for their annual holiday party. This celebratory event typically serves as a way for employers to thank employees for their dedication and hard work. However, too many things can go wrong at the party that instead leave employees feeling demotivated and, under some circumstances, litigious.

  • Seasonal Hires

    Date:
    27 October 2014

    One of the most challenging aspects of staffing a productive and profitable organization concerns striking a balance between employee compensation costs and fulfilling client expectations. Often, an employer strikes this balance by increasing staff on a seasonal basis - especially in industries such as hospitality or retail.

  • State Employee Handbook Content Growing Daily!

    Date:
    26 October 2014

    We are working to provide subscribers with a robust set of state and key municipal policy statements as part of the XpertHR Employee Handbooks tool. This map details the status of our state Employee Handbook content build - what has been completed and what will be completed in the coming weeks.

  • Arizona Announces Minimum Wage Inflation Adjustment: New Legal Timetables Added, Other Documents Updated

    Date:
    24 October 2014

    Two new entries have been added to the Legal Timetable, and the Employment Law Manual and a Quick Reference Chart were updated to reflect the announcement of an upcoming inflation adjustment to Arizona's minimum wage rate.

  • San Diego Minimum Wage, Sick Leave Ordinance Repealed: Employment Law Manual Updated

    Date:
    22 October 2014

    The Minimum Wage, FMLA, Other Leaves and Employee Communications sections of the Employment Law Manual have been updated after the San Diego City Council repealed its new minimum wage and paid sick leave ordinance.

  • Health Plan Identifier Required in HIPAA Transactions: Employment Law Manual Updated

    Date:
    20 October 2014

    A health plan identifier (HPID) must be used in Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) standard transactions starting November 7, 2016. However, HPIDs must be obtained by November 5, 2014, or November 5, 2015, depending on plan size.

  • Same-Sex Marriage Bans Fall in 13 States: Employment Law Manual, Chart Updated

    Date:
    20 October 2014

    The US Supreme Court declined to review challenges to three federal appeals court rulings striking down same-sex marriage bans in Indiana, Oklahoma, Utah, Virginia and Wisconsin, which also cleared the way for the legalization of same-sex marriage in Colorado, North Carolina, West Virginia and Wyoming. Bans also fell in Alaska, Arizona, Idaho and Nevada.

  • Florida Announces Minimum Wage Inflation Adjustment: New Legal Timetables Added, Other Documents Updated

    Date:
    17 October 2014

    Two new entries have been added to the Legal Timetable, and the Employment Law Manual and a Quick Reference Chart were updated to reflect the announcement of an upcoming inflation adjustment to Florida's minimum wage rate.

  • Succession Planning Made Easy: How To, FAQs Added

    Date:
    15 October 2014

    These new tools can help an employer groom strong internal candidates for leadership positions within the organization, thereby preserving its business goals, corporate culture and core values.

  • Employers Must File New Third-Party Sick Pay Recap Form for 2014: Employment Law Manual Updated

    Date:
    15 October 2014

    Employers must file the new Form 8922, Third-Party Sick Pay Recap, by February 28, 2015, in order to reconcile agent or insurer payments of sick pay to employees reported on Forms 941 and W-2.

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