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All Items: Employee Classification

  • January 1, 2023: New Year Brings in 130+ New Compliance Requirements

    New federal, state and local employment laws will take effect on January 1, 2023, covering topics such as minimum wage, pay equity, employee leaves, payroll and more. Employers should review these developments and make any needed updates their policies and procedures.

  • California Employers: January 2023 Brings Host of New Employment Laws

    Many new state and local employment laws will take effect in California on January 1, covering topics such as minimum wage, pay equity, discrimination, workplace safety and more. California employers should review these developments and take steps now to ensure they are ready to comply.

  • Coming Soon to XpertHR

    Details of selected new content that is due to be published on XpertHR.

  • Coronavirus (COVID-19): Wage and Hour

    XpertHR offers many tools and resources to help employers evaluate wage and hour considerations that may arise as a result of the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.

  • July 2022 Brings 40+ New Employment Law Requirements

    Date:
    July 6, 2022

    New federal, state and local employment law requirements will take effect on July 1, covering topics such as minimum wage, employee leave, marijuana and more. Now is the time to review these developments and ensure your organization is ready to comply.

  • Countdown to January 1: New Year Rings in 100+ New Employment Laws

    Date:
    January 7, 2022

    New federal, state and local employment laws will take effect on January 1, 2022, covering topics such as minimum wage, discrimination, employee leaves, payroll and health care benefits. Employers should review these developments and make any needed updates to policies and procedures.

  • California Employers: Get Ready for January 2022 Employment Laws

    Date:
    December 9, 2021

    Many new state and local employment laws will take effect in California on January 1, covering topics such as minimum wage, family and medical leave, wage theft and workplace safety. California employers should review these developments and take steps now to ensure they are ready to comply.

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Editor's Choice: HR guidance on complying with the FLSA and state employee classification requirements.