Employers should prepare for the possibility of developments in a variety of areas, including health benefits, unions, wage and hour, regulatory reform, immigration, maternity leave and onsite childcare, and equal employment opportunity.
The already daunting tasks of closing out the year's payroll and complying with ACA information reporting requirements are compounded this year due to accelerated Form W-2 and Form 1099-MISC filing deadlines and significant ACA reporting changes. XpertHR rounds up resources to help an employer meet its year-end legal obligations to government agencies and employees.
Certain District of Columbia employers are required to offer employees tax- or cost-free commuter benefits. Certain employers in New Jersey and Connecticut must comply with the New York City commuter benefits law if they have employees working in New York City.
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