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FFCRA & California’s New COVID-19 Supplemental Sick Leave Requirements

The passage of legislative changes in March 2021 regarding the extension of Families First Coronavirus Response Act (FFCRA) leave and CA Supplemental Paid Sick Leave (SB 95) have notable impacts on California employers.  The American Rescue Plan Act of 2021 (ARPA), for those employers who voluntarily continue to provide Families First Coronavirus Response Act (FFCRA)-type leave, …

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Relief for FSA Accounts

To help ring in the new year and to ease the ongoing financial impacts of COVID-19, Flexible Spending Accounts (FSA) were recently awarded temporary relief as part of the passage of The Consolidated Appropriations Act of 2021 (signed into law on December 27th 2020). This bill, which also expanded revisions to the Paycheck Protection Program …

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Meal Premiums

The days of nonchalant schedules are a thing of the past. Although these employment laws are implemented to protect employees, it does cause quite the planning and calculated configuration for employers all over the United States. For most businesses, having a “rush” or “busy” time, and losing track of hours worked & lunch breaks, is …

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FLSA Overtime

One of the biggest stressors that administrators face is having a thorough knowledge of compliance rules and regulations, all while trying to stay up to date and current with new bills & laws that get passed regularly. One of the biggest compliance topics – FLSA Overtime!  Failing to comply with the FLSA Overtime laws is …

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Compliance Alert – Lower Threshold for Mandatory Training in 2021

Are you an employer with 5 or more employees? Did you know as of December 31, 2020, you are now required by the California Fair Employment and Housing Act law to have provided sexual harassment prevention training to all workers? Senate Bill 778 (2019), amendment to SB 1343 (2018) required that all employers of five …

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Is your business prepared for year end?

Although year end for most is embellished with holiday spirit, singing, mistletoe, and family, Payroll & HR professionals also have the added “cheer” of closing out the year and getting all their important employment compensation information recorded. With the coronavirus, masses of employees working from home, as well as the impending IRS deadlines, it is …

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Act Now: Correct Employee Information

Employers may soon receive an announcement letter from The US Social Security Administration (SSA) notifying them of any discrepancies in recently submitted records of employee names and Social Security numbers that do not reconcile with their records.  A recent notice received from the SSA, states, “If we cannot match the name and SSN reported on a Form W-2 …

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