As mandated by the New York Workers' Compensation Board, an employer must provide the New York Paid Family Leave Employee Waiver Form to employees who may opt to waive paid family leave benefits.
As mandated by the New York Workers' Compensation Board, an employer that wishes to voluntarily provide paid family leave (PFL) benefits must apply to the state using PFL-136 if it will require employee contributions.
As mandated by the New York Workers' Compensation Board, an employer that wishes to voluntarily provide paid family leave (PFL) benefits must apply to the state using PFL-135 if it will not require employee contributions.
The end of every calendar year brings with it a multitude of annual payroll and Affordable Care Act reporting and filing requirements for which an employer must carefully plan ahead. XpertHR provides the resources an employer needs to successfully manage key year-end challenges and deadlines.
The Social Security Administration has issued inflation-adjusted figures for 2018, including the Social Security taxable wage base, the earnings tests for retirees who return to work, and the Social Security benefits quarter-of-coverage requirement and cost of living adjustment (COLA).
President Trump has issued two executive orders intended to weaken the regulatory structure supporting the Affordable Care Act. One order asks the Department of Labor to propose rules to let more employers participate in association health plans while the other halts the payment of subsidies to healthcare insurers.
More employers with religious or moral objections to providing birth control may be granted an exemption from Affordable Care Act regulations requiring them to provide coverage under two interim rules issued by the Trump administration.
XpertHR is conducting a survey to find out more about the critical challenges you will face in 2018.
HR and legal considerations for employers regarding employee benefit programs. Support on following regulations and requirements on this topic.