An employee handbook is a powerful tool to communicate your organization’s policies and culture. It can also serve as your first line of defense in an employment lawsuit or investigation. Check out this video taken from our webinar on Tuesday, December 10 as we discussed the most critical policies to have in your handbook and … Continue reading Why You Need an Employee Handbook
Workers are often mistakenly classified by agencies as independent contractors or 1099 workers instead of employees. These mistakes can be costly because the putative employer is not paying payroll taxes, workers’ compensation premiums, or unemployment insurance, for workers classified as 1099. Wage and hour rules (e.g., overtime pay), employment laws (family and medical leave), and benefit requirements (e.g., offer of insurance … Continue reading Classifying Your Home Health Workers: Independent Contractor or Employee
When does behavior cross the line in the workplace? Join us as we define unlawful harassment and provide insight into the obligations of employers and managers. With a focus on preventative measures, best practices, and relevant laws, you’ll walk away with tips on the most effective steps to prevent and correct unlawful harassment.
The Tax Cut and Jobs Act of 2017 changed the way every employers in America will compute Federal taxes starting in 2020. New information collection, employee outreach and education, system modifications, and compliance pitfalls are just a few of the challenges. Test your readiness in this hands-on, information packed webinar with veteran payroll expert, Yonina F. … Continue reading Federal Tax Withholding Changes in 2020: How to Prepare