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New York Employers Must Post Salary Ranges in Job Ads in Late 2023

On Dec. 21, Governor Kathy Hochul signed the “New York Pay Transparency Law.” The purpose of the legislation is to eliminate pay disparities and discrimination through the increased transparency of advertising salary ranges. Do you have the processes in place to comply with this law?

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.”

Massachusetts Court: Employers Can’t Delay Workers’ Final Pay

The Massachusetts decision holds employers accountable if there is a delay in the payout of an employee’s wages.

Everything You Need to Know About Workforce Planning

Organizations use workforce planning to analyze their current workforce and determine what steps they should take to meet future staffing demands.

Illinois, Massachusetts, Miami Beach Employers Face Hair Discrimination Bans

The states of Illinois and Massachusetts and the city of Miami Beach have approved their own versions of the CROWN Act.

HR Fast Facts: Louisiana Child Support Payments Registration Process

Businesses must register with the state of Louisiana for payments to be remitted.

HR Fast Facts: Florida Child Support Payments Registration Process

Businesses are required to complete a case reconciliation with the Florida Child Support Payment Center. This reconciliation must be completed for every employee with child support garnishment payments to remit

HR Fast Facts: How does Washington State Calculate Rates for Workers’ Compensation Claims?

n Washington State, a company's Worker's Compensation Composite rate (also known as the Premium or Hourly Rate) calculated using four separate base rates assigned to the company based on their risk class. 

HR Fast Facts: Filing for a Business License in Washington State

Companies who pay employees in Washington State must file for a business license in WA and register online to receive the necessary tax account and ID numbers and tax rates.

HR Fast Facts: Registering for South Dakota Payroll Tax Account Number

Companies that pay employees in South Dakota must register with the South Dakota Department of Labor & Regulation. South Dakota Department of Labor & Regulation Format: 99999.9-9 Apply with the SD Dept of Labor & Regulation For registration matters, contact the SD Dept of Labor & Regulation at 605-626-2312

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