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With lawmakers and pundits across the nation struggling with vaccine and mask mandates, California renewed its position on paid leave for pandemic-related reasons. State Bill 114, signed by Governor Gavin Newsom on February 9, 2022, reinstated and revised the supplemental paid sick leave requirement that California employers may remember from 2021. What’s Staying the Same … Continue reading COVID in California – Paid Leave Redux
2020 has brought numerous changes to the world of payroll, including the brand-new tax Form 7200, Advance Payment of Employer Credits Due to COVID-19. Do you know how to leverage this new form to improve your company’s cash flow and gain early access to much-needed funds? In this webinar, you’ll learn: Who is eligible to … Continue reading New Form 7200
For many employers, a 2020 focal point has become Form 3508, better known as the PPP Loan Forgiveness Application. If you’ve taken an SBA loan, you’ll want to attend this webinar to ensure you can answer the following questions: How does SBA define an FTE? Which differences distinguish the FTE lookback period from the Salary/Hourly Wage … Continue reading Revised Form 3508 and New Form 3508-EZ
In these uncertain times, employers are being called on to provide front-line relief to America’s workers. Rapidly emerging federal legislation and regulation, such as the FFCRA and CARES Act, offer you benefits, advance credits, tax deferrals, loans, and grants, but the sheer volume and velocity of new rules may leave you dizzy and seeking direction. … Continue reading COVID-19 Relief: What Federal Relief Offers Your Business
Employers are facing unprecedented challenges navigating COVID-19. Over the past month, we have fielded thousands of questions from HR departments across the country, struggling to meet these challenges. During this 60-minute informational webinar, we share resources and HR best practices on topics including work-from-home policies, FMLA, PTO, and COVID-19 related legislation.
On March 27, President Trump signed into law the CARES Act, providing aid to businesses of all sizes. Are you aware of the federal relief that may be available to your organization? In this webinar, you will learn: Which employer tax credits are available for employers who retain employees The new deferred deadlines for employer … Continue reading The Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act: What You Need to Know
In these rapidly changing times, employers are being called on to provide front-line relief to America’s workers. On March 18, President Trump signed the first national paid sick leave and paid FMLA law. Are you ready? In this webinar, you will learn: What the difference is between the two types of paid sick leave How … Continue reading Complying With the Families First Coronavirus Response Act