Employers that require employees to complete mandatory online training must compensate employees for the time it takes to complete the training, even if it is performed after regularly scheduled hours and not tracked.Tags: Benefits Compensation Equal Pay Pay
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Eliminating the tax exclusion for employer-provided education assistance, as the House tax reform bill proposes, could inhibit employers’ ability...
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Tracking and reimbursing expenses for workers who use their own cars to conduct business isn’t always easy—or fair. Choosing...
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New guidelines have sharply increased the number of Americans who could be classified as having high blood pressure. But...
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HR leaders can rely on a bevy of digital technologies to improve benefits communication. Whether they use apps, videos,...
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Employer-provided health coverage is important for recruiting, but even more important for retention, a new survey shows. But employer-sponsored...
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