Business Payroll and HR Blog
Many upcoming minimum wage increases in New York take effect on December 31 of this year. New York’s minimum wage schedule is segmented by region: New York City, some downstate counties, and the remainder of the state. There are also separate changes that affect the fast food industry.
Are part-time employees affected by the new FLSA rules? How do bonuses factor in? When will the salary level increase again? These are some of the common FLSA FAQs we’ve been asked.
While there are no federal laws that mandate businesses to provide employees time off designated for voting, most states do require it. Know your obligations as an employer when it comes to voting leave for employees.
In light of the upcoming FLSA overtime changes, many formerly exempt employees have been reclassified as non-exempt. This means not only must they start earning overtime, they may have to start following policies they may not have been subject to before, such as prohibited off-the-clock work.
Initially intended to be effective August 10, 2016, the new OSHA anti-retaliation provisions are delayed again, this time from November 1st to December 1st, in light of a legal challenge in the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Texas.
Many employers still have questions about reclassifying employees under the new FLSA rules, particularly when it comes to changing status from exempt to non-exempt.
The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) has announced that it will require employers with 100 or more employees to submit summary pay data and total hours worked for the year as part of the annual EEO-1 report.
Performance reviews are often done poorly. They’re sometimes treated as an afterthought or they’re not done at all. But a performance management cycle ensures that you have a highly performing organization by maintaining or continually improving individual performance.