The U.S. Supreme Court heard arguments in a case that will undermine internal whistle-blowing reporting programs if the high court decides that the Dodd-Frank Act requires whistle-blowers to report securities violations to the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC).Tags: Benefits Compensation Equal Pay Pay
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Outsourcing HR functions may jeopardize the jobs of some in-house HR professionals but can be a smart move for...
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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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Hardship withdrawals from employer-sponsored 401(k)-type retirement plans will be easier to make under new provisions in the budget act...
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The IRS extended by 30 days—until March 2, 2018—the due date for distributing health coverage information forms 1095-C or...
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A utility company employee who was terminated a day after she took intermittent leave available to her under the...
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