Whether the 2017 tax act will create new jobs and lead employers to raise workers’ pay is hotly debated. Corporations say that they’ll share tax savings with workers and invest in job growth, but critics are skeptical.Tags: Benefits Compensation Equal Pay Pay
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The IRS has published final forms and instructions to help employers prepare for reporting on health coverage they offered...
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Premium renewal rates for employer-sponsored health plans rose an average of 6.6 percent in 2017—a significant increase—leavings employers to...
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An employee who did not respond to her employer’s requests to return to work could not sustain claims under...
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Claims under the Fair Labor Standards Act can be subject to arbitration, according to the 2nd U.S. Circuit Court...
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From mass transit subsidies to achievement awards, the taxability of popular perks will change uinder the tax act that...
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