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Update on 2020 IRS Form W-4
This blog post was originally published on June 6, 2019 and updated on Dec. 31, 2019. This summer, the IRS proposed an important revision to the W-4. The goal of the W-4 has always been to ensure withholdings align with the employee’s ultimate tax liability, and this proposed revision is intended to ensure continued alignment […]
3 Ways FMLA May Change Drastically
Tired of your employees sneaking out early to watch their son’s after-school football scrimmage? Wondering how as an engaging manager you could possibly let your employees fit in a nursing home visit that doesn’t overlap with your team outing? Worried about how you’ll be able to allow your star employee to care for the uncle […]
Should Independent Contractors Undergo Anti-Harassment Training? (Spoiler: Absolutely!)
Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 prohibits harassment in the workplace. All workers – no matter their classification – should be aware of and comply with your organization’s harassment policies. Employers may be liable for harassment by its independent contractors, if they knew – or should have known – about the incident […]
Back to the Drawing Board: The DOL’s Overtime Overhaul Request for Information
The U. S. Department of Labor is taking comments on how it should move forward with overtime overhaul Since the newest regulations to the overtime law were found invalid, employers are subject to the previous version of Fair Labor Standards Act. However, the roller coaster has not ended. On July 26, 2017, the DOL published […]
Court: DOL’s FLSA Overtime Regulations Invalid
The information in this blog post refers to the proposed and final rules published by the U.S. Department of Labor in 2015-2016. To see the most recent information, click here. In case you missed it, on August 31, 2017, Judge Amos Mazzant of the Eastern District of Texas determined that the 2016 Final Rule issued by the […]