Over the next couple weeks, we will expand on this information and how it affects your workforce, business, taxes, and payroll. Fluid updates will be provided as they change here. The Independent Payroll Providers Association (IPPA) distributed the following information to help summarize and bring clarity to the newly passed Act.
What happens when an employee refuses to sign the handbook? Learn what you should do.
This letter is designed to inform our clients and contacts of the Payroll Tax Deferral program that became available on September 1, 2020. Employers can choose to opt-in and are encouraged to speak to their employees regarding participation.
There are two federal laws to consider when managing pay for employees on military leave. READ MORE HERE
This decision affects all employers with 15 or more employees.
Are we required to restore employees returning to work after a furlough to their original positions?
Can we deny an employee’s use of accrued vacation time?
Learn more here about at-will employment and compliance.
Some of our employees have said they don’t feel safe returning to work. Can we just permanently replace them? What other options do we have?
More information on providing emergency paid sick leave or expanded FMLA if you have to lay off or furlough employees.
What you need to know to take immediate advantage of the paid leave credits. READ MORE HERE
The Families First Coronavirus Response Act was signed into law on March 18, 2020.
Yes, the new I9 Form is available and ready to use. Here are a few details you need to know.
A few simple rules to consider when planning your interview questions.
A question frequently asked is "Can we send employees home early because there isn’t any work to do?" What is best for the company and the employee?
This list is not exhaustive, but these are most of the common items that our clients communicate to us in order to make sure the year-end process is as smooth and accurate as it can be.
Be confident that your information, taxes, and employees' paychecks are handled properly and securely.
The Department of Labor has announced the new minimum salary for certain exempt white-collar employees. The final rule is very close to the proposed rule we reported on in March. The new minimums will take effect January 1, 2020.