Keeping Compliant

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Growing Businesses, Take Note: Key Federal Employment Laws to Know
POSTED ON July 16 IN Keeping Compliant
For a growing business, scaling your team brings both opportunities and challenges. Keeping track of which employment laws apply to your company size can be tough. Here, find a roundup of some key federal regulations to know.
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Affordable Care Act Requirements for Small Businesses
POSTED ON July 12 IN Keeping Compliant
The Affordable Care Act (ACA) was passed in 2010, but the requirements for businesses still apply today. These requirements apply based on the number of employees a company has. Learn how you can stay compliant.
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Employers: Here’s What the NYC Right to Disconnect Bill Could Mean for You
POSTED ON June 20 IN Keeping Compliant
A new workers’ rights bill proposed in New York City would make it illegal for employers to require employees to respond to emails outside of usual work hours.
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New Jersey’s Equal Pay Act Expands Protection for Workers
POSTED ON June 18 IN Keeping Compliant
New Jersey’s new equal pay law extends protections beyond gender to all classes of employees that are protected under the state’s anti-discrimination law. The legislation goes into effect July 1, 2018. Learn more.
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So You’ve Received an EEOC Charge Alleging Discrimination: Now What?
POSTED ON June 8 IN Keeping Compliant
Receiving a charge from the EEOC is challenging for any business. Whether the charge alleges discrimination, harassment, or another wrongful employment action, these claims must be addressed carefully. Here, find tips for responding to a charge.
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A Brief Primer on Safe Harbor Employee Expense Allowances
POSTED ON May 25 IN Keeping Compliant
There are some business expenses that require less substantiation than others. These can be referred to as safe harbor expense allowances, and can applied to certain travel expenses. To learn more, take a look at our handy overview.
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Expenses 101: Proper Substantiation of Business Expenses
POSTED ON May 22 IN Keeping Compliant
Without proper substantiation, business expenses may be treated as taxable income, forcing employees to pay the taxes. It's vital to get it right. Here, we outline some key tips.
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Massachusetts Equal Pay Act: Review your Pay Practices
POSTED ON May 18 IN Keeping Compliant
A new amendment to the Massachusetts Equal Pay Act (MEPA) expands equal pay for "comparable" work. The changes and new penalties will require most MA businesses to conduct a detailed self-evaluation of their hiring and pay practices.
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Managing an Employee with a Medical Condition: What the Law Has to Say
POSTED ON May 4 IN Keeping Compliant
Having an employee who suffers from an ongoing medical burden can be challenging for an employer. There are some important considerations to make, including the Americans with Disabilities Act and the Family Medical Leave Act. Learn more.