A company hosts a voluntary fundraising event during an unpaid lunch period and an employee slips and gets hurt. Should she get comp benefits?
Compensation & Payroll
Say you’ve got an employee out on FMLA leave and your office is closed on Thursday and Friday for Thanksgiving, do those days count against an employee’s leave entitlement? The answer: It depends.
One of Payroll professionals’ biggest holiday wishes may come true as early as next week.
Employees making low- and mid-level money can’t take on much more of the healthcare cost-sharing burden. Result? More companies are now varying employees’ health premiums based on their pay grade.
Bowing to pressure from the business community, the feds have eased the rules on “grandfathering” employer health plans.
A growing priority for many companies: Getting the biggest possible bang for their employees’ retirement bucks.
Employers can breathe a little easier. The Paycheck Fairness Act — which one labor attorney said had “the potential to cripple companies, particularly smaller businesses” — has been scuttled.
The Economic Policy Institute has some bad news for your hourly workers.
The White House touted the health reform law as one that would lower costs and let companies keep their health plans if they liked their coverage. Well, it didn’t appear to be working out as planned, so the feds made a change.