The Washington Legislature has sent Gov. Jay Inslee a proposed act that would significantly broaden the state’s Equal Pay and Opportunity Act—and the governor is expected to approve it. Here are some of the key provisions in the proposed law.Tags: Benefits Compensation Equal Pay Pay
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California’s minimum wage and overtime-exempt salary threshold will rise in 2018 at different levels depending on employer size. Complicating...
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Each year, employers that provide prescription drug coverage to Medicare-eligible workers, dependents or retirees must disclose to the Centers...
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More employers are considering health plan premium tiers that base employees’ contributions for health coverage on their pay level....
Janet L. Heins|California, Family and Medical Leave, News, Benefits, Compensation, Equal Pay, Pay
California’s myriad leave laws can make it difficult for employers to understand workers’ eligibility for time off—particularly when it...
Janet L. Heins|Benefits and Taxation, Family and Medical Leave, News, Paid Time Off (PTO), Relationship Management, Benefits, Compensation, Equal Pay, Pay
The tax act signed into law at the end of December 2017 created a federal tax credit for eligible...
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