On the success of its Wage Theft Task Force, New York has launched a new hotline and announced plans to develop a state-of-the-art online wage theft reporting system to create more opportunities for workers to report wage theft and receive what they are owed.
As a family that has hired someone to work in their home – like a nanny, senior caregiver, or housekeeper – you are now considered a household employer and should understand and follow applicable labor laws just like any other business. Here are seven steps to take to help ensure you are protecting yourself from allegations of wrongful employment practices.
The IRS increased the standard mileage rate for the rest of 2022. Household employers can use the IRS mileage rate to calculate the reimbursable costs of a worker operating their own car while on the job.
Mental health – which includes how you think, act, and feel – plays a huge role in your overall health and wellness. In recognition of Mental Health Awareness Month, here are some strategies to help you thrive.
Guaranteed hours for a nanny, an industry standard in household employment, are the set number of hours your caregiver will be paid each week. Here’s how guaranteed hours work and why they benefit not only your nanny but your family as well.
Here are some effective steps for you and your employee to help prevent hackers, scammers, and other cybercriminals from compromising your computers and mobile devices, stealing information, and harming your family or worker.