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New Legislation for D.C. employers

New Legislation for D.C. employers

On April 1st, the government of the District of Columbia enacted a new law requiring all D.C. employers to contribute an amount of 0.62% of all D.C. employee wages to the Universal Paid Leave Implementation Fund.

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Acurate payroll

2019 Labor Law Changes Employers Need to Know

This year many states have passed new laws which has forced employers to increase budgets, design new safety measures to control substance abuse in the workplace, and provide training.

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Six recruitment laws every employer needs to know

Six recruitment laws every employer needs to know

In the frenzy to hire a new team member, it’s not uncommon for laws and regulations to be overlooked. In this article, we cover six laws you can’t afford to miss, like “ban the box” and pay disclosure laws.

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The ACA's employer mandate

Affordable Care Act (ACA): the employer mandate (“Play or Pay”) responsibilities for business owners

On January 1, 2015, the Affordable Care Act’s (ACA) employer mandate provision established new shared responsibility for employers. The shared responsibility provision requires employers with 50 or more full-time employees, or full-time equivalent employees, to offer a group health plan that provides minimum value and is considered affordable.

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Cadillac taxes affect premium health plans

Cadillac Tax: Excise tax begins in 2020

The Cadillac tax is a 40% excise tax on high cost employer-sponsored health plans. The Cadillac tax begins in 2020, and is being implemented to help curb the costs associated with health care in the United States.

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Frequently Asked Questions for Massachusetts Paid Family and Medical Leave

Massachusetts Paid Family and Medical Leave

On March 29, 2019, the Executive Office of Labor and Workforce Development published a new regulation declaring Massachusetts employers are now required to provide paid family and medical leave (PFML) benefits to its Massachusetts-based workers.

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