In a rare move, the Oregon and Washington state agencies that oversee each state’s paid family and medical leave programs have issued joint guidance on how to make the employer contribution for family leave when more than one state is involved.
The WARN Act requires that certain employers provide written notice of massive layoffs or factory closings to employees and government regulators 60 calendar days before the terminations occur.
Learn more about the importance of supporting transgender and transitioning employees, and ways companies can communicate a worker's gender transition respectfully.
California employers have to contend with a multitude of compliance requirements. Read this guide for best practices for handling workplace investigations.
Affirmative Action has been challenged throughout its history by high-profile academic-based court cases such as Regents of the University of California v. Bakke (1978) and Fisher v. University of Texas (2016).
The last month of 2022 is here! Super Saturday, the start of winter, Christmas ... download our December calendar for compliance reminders, social media events, and other dates to know.
The National Labor Relations Board wants to replace the current standard for determining joint employment under the National Labor Relations Act with a rule that, some say, makes it easier to impose liability on employers.
If you cut an employees’ pay, or furloughed or laid off employees, keep these things in mind as you begin to re-hire
What is a leave of absence and how is it different than regular PTO days? Get all your questions answered here.
If your staff is now working remotely due to COVID-19, here’s how to pay employees who normally receive paychecks and pay stubs in person.
The CARES Act delivers massive payroll assistance for SMBs, including paycheck protection loans, loan forgiveness, payroll tax credit, and Social Security tax deferral.
How employers should respond if an employee tests positive for COVID-19