Business Payroll and HR Blog
The New York State Department of Labor’s new regulations on paying employees via debit cards or direct deposit were set to take effect on March 7, 2017. Last week, the New York Industrial Board of Appeals revoked those regulations.
An emerging email scheme where the scammer purports to be a company executive and requests personal information about employees is occuring this tax season. This troubling phishing scam targets payroll and HR departments.
When managers have skills in managing workplace rumors, they can more effectively set the stage for teamwork success.
Employers who pay wages by any method other than cash or check, including direct deposit and payroll cards, must adhere to these New York payroll card and direct deposit regulations.
Even if there is no visible disability, you should put in a good faith effort to work with the employee through the ADA interactove process. There are a variety of conditions classified as disabilities under the law.
It’s true training can develop employees for future roles, but not training employees can created stagnation and boredom and may ultimately hurt your business; investing in employee training boosts retention.
Most exempt employees need to be paid their regular salary each pay period, regardless of the number of hours they put in. But under the FLSA, deductions from exempt employee pay are generally permissible in certain situations.
The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) mandates that all employers who are required to maintain the OSHA 300 Log of Work-Related Injuries and Illnesses post a summary of the previous year’s log each year, even if no incidents occurred in the preceding calendar year. The posting deadline for the OSHA 300A form (summary form) is February 1.