Keeping Compliant

Keep your business compliant with federal and state regulations, so you can focus on building your business and growing your team.

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Massachusetts: What to Know About the Pregnant Workers Fairness Act
POSTED ON August 17 IN Keeping Compliant
The new law, passed in Massachusetts, follows the trend of 21 other states and Washington, D.C.
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Here’s Why Insurance Renewals Are Necessary For Your Company
POSTED ON August 8 IN Keeping Compliant
It’s that time of year again. Insurance renewals may feel like a pain, but they can actually be an opportunity for your company as well.
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A Workers' Compensation Insurance Primer
POSTED ON July 27 IN Keeping Compliant
Workers' compensation insurance is something employers may be required to provide to cover injuries, illnesses or death that may occur on the job.
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Your Starter Guide to Employment Compliance for Nonprofits [eBook]
POSTED ON July 13 IN Keeping Compliant
If you’re running a nonprofit, it can be hard to keep all the employment forms and insurance straight. We’ve made an introductory primer to help you out.
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NYC Passes New Law Protecting Freelance Workers
POSTED ON May 19 IN Keeping Compliant
Does your business work with freelancers in NYC? A new law just went into effect that you should know about.
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Paid Parental Leave: How Much Time is Right For Your Company?
POSTED ON May 16 IN Keeping Compliant
What should your company’s approach be to parental leave? Camilla Velasquez, VP of Product & Marketing at Justworks, gives her thoughts.
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Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA): A Brief Primer
POSTED ON May 4 IN Keeping Compliant
The Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) is a federal law enacted in 1938 which regulates minimum wage, overtime, equal pay, record-keeping, and child labor.
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New York State to Require 12 Weeks Paid Family Leave
POSTED ON May 2 IN Keeping Compliant
The paid leave law will go into effect January 1, 2018 and will phase in over four years, through January 2021.
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NYC Bans Asking Candidates About Pay History [UPDATE]
POSTED ON April 13 IN Keeping Compliant
The New York City legislation will go into effect on October 31st, 2017.