Paid Time Off Benefits
Updated to reflect expansion of crime victim leave rights, effective January 1, 2021.
As mandated by Bernalillo County, New Mexico, covered employers in Bernalillo County must post the Bernalillo County Employee Wellness Act Poster.
Updated to reflect amendments to the School Visitation Rights Act, effective August 1, 2020.
In-depth review of the spectrum of Minnesota employment law requirements HR must follow with respect to other leaves.
In this survey report, XpertHR examines a wide array of benefits, including health care, paid leave, retirement, and others, in order to provide clarity about the state of employee benefits in today's workplace.
The IRS and DOL announced that small and midsize employers will be able to begin claiming two new refundable payroll tax credits designed to immediately and fully reimburse the cost of providing COVID-19-related leave to their employees.
This section helps HR professionals manage challenges that come with operating in multiple states, notably complying with differing state and key municipal laws, and addresses the pros and cons of having a centralized or decentralized HR department. Trends currently affecting multistate employers, such as leave laws and laws affecting the hiring process, are identified and discussed.
Updated to reflect changes to Colorado's Wage Protection Act Rules and the addition of the Colorado Vacation Handbook Statement.
Colorado employers seeking to indicate that Colorado employees will receive pay for vacation upon termination of employment should consider including this model policy statement in their handbook.
The DOL intends to clarify that the cost of providing wellness programs, onsite specialist treatment, exercise opportunities, employee discounts on retail goods and services, and certain tuition benefits may be excluded from an employee's regular rate of pay.
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