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Updated 22 days ago
Cell phones, per diems, and tax exclusions By Edwin Zalewski, PHR, SHRM-CP According to the Internal Revenue Service (IR... Read Full Post
Updated 2 months ago
Determining full-time status and affordability IRS offers guidance on hours of service, wellness incentives By Edwin Zal... Read Full Post
Updated 3 months ago
Achievement awards can be tax-free As an employer, you might offer bonuses for things like attendance, productivity, or ... Read Full Post
Updated 4 months ago
Phasing into retirement Over the past decade, employers have been warned that they would face a shortage of workers on... Read Full Post
Updated 5 months ago
When death threats and disability collide Employers know that threats of workplace violence must be taken seriously, but... Read Full Post
Updated 7 months ago
Why all employers should pay attention to the new federal contractor pay secrecy rule by Katie Loehrke, J. J. Keller &... Read Full Post
Updated 7 months ago
Preparing for the new salary and possible duties test revisions White collar exemption requirements may change in 2016 T... Read Full Post
Updated 10 months ago
Salary for exempt employees may double in 2016 Concurrent duties regulation under scrutiny Ed Zalewski PHR, J. J. Ke... Read Full Post
Updated 1 year ago
ICE takes falsifying I-9s personally, and so could your employees The Form I-9 is used at the beginning of the employmen... Read Full Post
Updated 1 year ago
Health insurance when full-time changes to part-time Ed Zalewski PHR, J. J. Keller & Associates, Inc. Like many employ... Read Full Post
 


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