Remote Worker Reimbursement
Several states, the District of Columbia, and the city of Seattle have laws requiring organizations to provide their employees with reimbursement for any “necessary work-related expenses.”
The Definitive List of City and State Leave Laws
Providing workers with time off from work to care for themselves and family members during times of illness was a high priority for many of the state legislatures before the advent of the coronavirus.
Department of Labor Updates 80/20 Tipped Worker Rule for 2022
The new guidance for businesses whose employees rely on tips for some or all of their wages goes into effect on December 28, 2021.
Biden’s Vaccine Mandate: What Employers Need to Know
Here's how to understand the basics of Biden's new employer vaccine mandate — plus how to best prepare for it.
IRS Announces Enhanced Child Care Tax Credits for 2021
The enhanced credit is a part of President Joe Biden’s American Rescue Plan Act, and it increases the existing tax benefit eligible families can receive.
2021 Workplace Changes Under the Biden Administration
Learn about some legislative changes that may be coming in 2021.
PPP Audit Notice? Here’s How to Prepare for a Paycheck Protection Program Audit
Audits are part of a necessary SBA process, so don’t panic if your business gets selected for one.
6 Areas Where Biden Could Impact Employment and Employee Benefits
The Biden administration is sure to bring changes to employment and employee benefits. Get ahead of the curve by learning about some of the President-elect’s plans.
Biden’s Plan to Increase the Federal Minimum Wage
Joe Biden believes increasing the federal minimum wage to $15 is long overdue.
How Biden Wants Small Businesses to Help Employees Save for Retirement
Biden says he'll shake up how 401(k) retirement savings plans work and improve them for small businesses and the lower earners they tend to employ.