A job applicant’s prior salary can’t be used to justify wage differences between male and female employees, the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals ruled on April 9—the eve of National Equal Pay Day.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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When employees are suffering financial hardship, it shows up in their work. As employers increasingly recognize that financial wellness...
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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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Small businesses that are approaching the threshold to applicable large employer (ALE) status by reaching 50 full-time or equivalent...
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Cybersecurity for 401(k) plans is often an afterthought, even at companies that take great care to protect their businesses...
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