NLRB Joint Employer Rule Overturned by NY Appeals Court
The National Labor Relations Board issued guidelines to define the joint-employer relationship, though the rule was struck down in federal court.
Minimum Wage Updates for 2021
Minimum wage initiatives passed in many states during the 2020 election cycle. Find out what states, counties, and cities are increasing their minimum wages in 2021.
New Minimum Wages Are Coming to Florida
Find out more about Florida’s minimum wage updates and 5 steps small businesses in the Sunshine State can take to prepare.
What the Passage of California’s Prop 22 Means for Gig Workers
Learn about Prop 22, its relationship with AB5, and how its opponents and proponents feel.
Colorado’s Prop 118 and Its Impact on Employers
Colorado voters passed Proposition 118, which will require employers to provide 12 weeks of paid time off to workers for childbirth or other family emergencies.
What is Subminimum Wage?
Subminimum wage was created to allow employers to pay certain employees below their state’s mandated minimum wage. Here’s why opponents want to end it.
Are There ACA Requirements for Businesses With Less Than 50 Employees?
SMBs that employ less than 50 FTE workers are not required under the ACA to provide healthcare coverage. But calculating the number for FTE staff can get complicated.
Employee or Contractor? DOL’s New Proposal May Ease Classification Process in 2021
The DOL has released a proposed rule that adopts an “economic reality” test to make it easier for employers to classify workers as independent contractors.
Colorado’s New Family and Medical Leave Law: What You Need to Know
Centennial State workers will be able to access up to 12 weeks (as much as 16 weeks in certain cases) of job-protected, paid family and medical leave starting in 2024.
What Does California’s Prop 22 Mean for the AB5 Law?
Prop 22 received majority support from California voters, allowing some businesses to continue categorizing rideshare drivers and delivery service providers as part of the “gig” economy.