The IRS has published draft forms and instructions to help employers prepare for reporting on health coverage they offered to their employees in 2017. The forms are to be distributed to employees and filed with the IRS early in 2018 by employers subject to the Affordable Care Act’s reporting requirements.Tags: Benefits Compensation Equal Pay Pay
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Employers often hesitate to conduct workplace investigations or take disciplinary action against an employee taking leave under the Family...
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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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A female engineer presented sufficient proof of Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) retaliation and age discrimination in her...
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The announcement that retail pharmacy giant CVS Health Corp. is seeking to purchase one of the nation’s largest health...
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The Society for Human Resource Management is supporting the Commonsense Reporting Act recently introduced in the House and Senate....
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