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Updated 1 month ago
Determining full-time status and affordability IRS offers guidance on hours of service, wellness incentives By Edwin Zal... Read Full Post
Updated 2 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 3 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 4 months ago
When death threats and disability collide Employers know that threats of workplace violence must be taken seriously, but... Read Full Post
Updated 6 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 6 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 9 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 10 months 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 11 months ago
Health insurance when full-time changes to part-time Ed Zalewski – PHR, J. J. Keller & Associates, Inc. Like many employ... Read Full Post
Updated 1 year ago
  E-cigarettes smoke out holes in employer policies  Katie Loehrke-PHR, J. J. Keller & Associates, Inc.    Many company ... Read Full Post
 


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