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  1. The Seven Compliance Trends Every Employer Should Know in 2017

    Dec 31, 2020

    The Seven Compliance Trends Every Employer Should Know in 2017 - Thumb2017 has seen an avalanche of far-reaching changes in HR compliance.  As an employer in the U.S., are you aware of your compliance obligations? Download this guide to help you stay ahead of the curve. ...more

  2. Washington Paid Sick Leave - Initiative 1433

    Jul 24, 2017

    The Washington Paid Sick Leave Act has been enacted to be effective January 1, 2018, with draft proposed rules that are expected to be finalized in October of 2017. The Washington Department of Labor is aligning state law more closely with local ordinances in Seattle, Tacoma, and Spokane, and also with Oregon state law. Read more »

  3. New York City Voluntary Payroll Deduction Ordinance (“Payroll Ordinance”)

    Jul 24, 2017

    New York City fast food workers can now request that deductions be made from their paychecks and sent to the nonprofit organization of their choice. This ordinance is one of a series of bills designated to benefit New York fast food workers. Read more »

  4. California Supreme Court Ruling on Day of Rest Requirements (“the Mendoza decision”)

    Jun 26, 2017

    The Mendoza decision provides clarification on existing California law about when employers must pay 7th day OT to employees. This case clarifies that employees are entitled to 1 day of rest in each workweek as long as the employee works over 6 hours on any day during the workweek.  Read more »

  5. New Hampshire Frequency of Payment (the “Bill”)

    Jun 26, 2017

    This change in the law provides clients with more flexibility to pay employees on weekly or bi-weekly basis.  Read more »

  6. Seattle, Washington Secure Scheduling Ordinance and Final Administrative Rules

    Jun 26, 2017

    Seattle has enacted an ordinance and administrative rules regulating scheduling practices for retail, food service establishments and full-service restaurants that addresses the following topics, effective July 1, 2017.  Read more »

  7. American Health Care Act (AHCA) – Proposed Changes to the Affordable Care Act (ACA)

    May 16, 2017

    AHCA was initially introduced on March 6, 2017. Subsequently, an amended proposal was passed by the House of representatives on May 4, 2017. It includes the changes to the Affordable Care Act that could directly affect employers.  Read more »

  8. Labor Transformation and Flexibility Act (LTFA)

    May 5, 2017

    The LTFA defines tips and service charges, amends the Department of Labor’s regulation for Annual/Christmas bonus requirements for employees hired after it’s effective date, and amends the Puerto Rico Internal Revenue Code of 2011 to exclude from gross income and wages the amount.  Read more »

  9. Oregon Bureau of Labor and Industries (“BOLI”) Interpretive Guidance of Overtime Laws

    May 5, 2017

    Employees performing production work in mills, factories, and manufacturing establishments must be paid 1.5 times their regular rate of pay for all hours worked over 10 in any workday.  Read more »

  10. Kentucky House Bill 378 (“the Act”)

    May 5, 2017

    EKentucky recently enacted requirements regarding earning statements and pay cards.  Read more »