Small businesses that are approaching the threshold to applicable large employer (ALE) status by reaching 50 full-time or equivalent employees should consider their vulnerability to the Affordable Care Act’s nondeductible employer penalties.Tags: Benefits Compensation Equal Pay Pay
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Replacing an experienced woman with a less experienced man two months after she returned from medical leave for eye...
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A district court has vacated the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission’s (EEOC’s) wellness rule effective Jan. 1, 2019, instructing the...
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Employee 401(k) contributions for 2018 will top off at $18,500—a $500 increase from 2017—while the “all sources” maximum contribution...
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An employer that has a written policy of continuing to hold employees liable for unearned draw payments after their...
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Two DOL agencies have modified some government contractor obligations in light of the turmoil resulting from recent hurricanes. First,...
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