Most Minnesota employers accurately pay their employees. However, some purposely withhold wages from their employees. These employers are committing wage theft.Read More Minnesota Wage Theft Law: Employer Obligations You Can’t Ignore
If you’re an employer, chances are at least one of your employees has to commute to get to your business for work. And if your business is smack dab in the middle of a big city (e.g., New York City), those chances increase. According to one source, 76% of individuals drive themselves to work every […]Read More What’s the Deal With NJ Transit Benefits?
When it comes to business, things don’t always go according to plan. At some point, you may find your company struggling to stay afloat financially. And if that time comes, you may need to furlough some workers to avoid drowning. So, what is furlough? Keep reading to learn the definition of furlough, examples, and how […]Read More What Is a Furlough?
There are various methods to compensate employees, including hourly, salary, and commission pay. But, are you familiar with piecework pay? Learn more about what is piecework, piecework laws to follow, and how to calculate piecework pay.Read More What Is Piecework?
Reducing an employee’s salary is not an easy decision to make. Unfortunately, salary reduction might be necessary. If an employee is not succeeding in their position, it may be time for a pay cut.Read More How to Handle Salary Reduction for Employees
If you’re an employer who’s required to offer health insurance to employees, you may be familiar with Form 1095-C. But, how much do you know about Form 1095-C’s counterpart, IRS Form 1094-C? Get the inside scoop on what is Form 1094-C, how it differs from a 1095-C form, and more.Read More What Is IRS Form 1094-C?
Offering paid time off (PTO) is a benefit many small business owners extend to employees. Although the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) does not typically require PTO, many business owners provide paid vacation and personal days. And, some employers may even offer unlimited PTO policies. Have you considered creating an unlimited PTO policy for your […]Read More Creating an Unlimited PTO Policy
Employers might require employees to wear uniforms or protective gear depending on the type of business and work environment. To follow federal and state laws, employers must know the regulations of employees putting on and taking off work-related gear and clothing, otherwise known as donning and doffing.Read More Doffing and Donning Definition
As a small business owner, you have to hope for the best and prepare for the worst. One of the worst things that can happen to your small business is a natural disaster.Read More Planning for the Worst: Disaster Recovery Payroll
As an employer, you are likely familiar with the federal Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA). However, are you aware that your state might have additional programs in place for family and medical leave? If you are a Massachusetts employer, you must learn about the new Massachusetts paid family leave program.Read More Massachusetts Paid Family Leave: Preparing for a New Program