Some businesses may prefer paying workers with payroll debit cards rather than by check or direct deposit, but employers should be aware of laws that regulate the use of payroll cards and not make them mandatory.Tags: Benefits Compensation Equal Pay Pay
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The 2018 contribution limit for health savings accounts (HSAs) linked to family coverage will be $6,850—not $6,900, as the...
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When the IRS posted a set of frequently asked questions regarding the new employer tax credit for paid family...
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White-collar employees who are exempt from the Fair Labor Standards Act’s overtime provisions generally must be paid their full...
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Can an employee certified for Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) leave but who takes plenty more absences for...
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KFC, Taco Bell and McDonald’s recently announced new or enhanced benefits to help employees, many of whom are hourly...
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Abuse of intermittent Family and Medical Leave Act time off is frustratingly common, but employers need not tolerate it.
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