If you’re in favor of ditching the current employment verification process – the paper-based I-9 form – for a mandatory electronic system, you’re not alone.
If your company hasn’t implemented the FSA carryover option yet, you may want to make it a priority.
In these days of tight payroll budgets, pay-for-performance programs seem like a logical approach. So why don’t they work better?
It’s likely employees will be less than thrilled when looking at their paychecks in January, if Congress doesn’t extend this tax measure.
There was a mid-year business mileage rate increase in 2005 and another one in 2008 after gas prices shot up. Will it happen again with prices flirting with the $4 mark?
It appeared as though the White House and Republican leaders in Congress had made a deal. But House Democrats voted Thursday against considering a tax package President Obama had negotiated with Republicans.
Employer taxes are on the rise again — and the expected result is deeper cuts into benefits and comp budgets.
Workers are finding it harder to save in this economy. Does that mean you can expect fewer employees to participate in your retirement plan?
There are some things you just know: The sun will rise, Friday follows Thursday and if a worker is an employee, he or she can’t be an independent contractor (IC). Right? Well, you might want to double-check your calendar because at least one of these truths has just been discredited.
HR can make great use of company Intranets to post things like policies and information about benefits. Probably everyone would agree that employees’ termination dates are something that the Intranet should not be used for.
Luckily, they’re pretty rare. But some employees will go to astonishing lengths to fake on-the-job injuries in order to collect workers’ comp.
News flash: The feds don’t like it when you bring in “applicants” for a “working interview” – and then refuse to pay them for the work they perform. The lesson is going to cost a Nashville dental practice $50,000 after a settlement in federal district court. The practice will pay $50k in back wages and […]
How confident are you that you’ll be able to keep up with increasing HR compliance burdens over the coming months and years? A recent study indicates that a lot of HR pros are apprehensive about what the future might bring.
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