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monthly archives: June 2016

Listen up Payroll and HR professionals. The IRS recently released clarification regarding the tax treatment of wellness program benefits. 

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The DOL’s latest move has made reviewing your FMLA policy and procedure mandatory, unless you enjoy paying fines. The DOL recently issued a new General FMLA Notice for employers to display in the workplace. They also said that using the new version of the notice (poster) is optional for those who are already using the 2013 version, there was […]

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Listen up Payroll and HR professionals. The IRS recently released clarification regarding the tax treatment of wellness program benefits. 

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The DOL’s latest move has made reviewing your FMLA policy and procedure mandatory, unless you enjoy paying fines. The DOL recently issued a new General FMLA Notice for employers to display in the workplace. They also said that using the new version of the notice (poster) is optional for those who are already using the 2013 version, there was […]

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FedEx independent contractor classification has turned into an agreement to pay $240 million to settle lawsuits brought by their drivers in 20 states, putting to rest a long legal dispute over whether they were FedEx employees or their independent contractors.

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The Department of Labor (DOL) has issued a brand new FLMA poster and guide for 2016. Regarding this new FMLA guide, attorney and author of FMLA Insights, Jeff Nowack writes: “While the guide helps explain the FMLA regulations in a user-friendly manner, the Guide primarily is meant to answer common questions about the FMLA, so […]

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Hi Ya’ll! Here is another addition of HR in Aggregate. In this feature, I provide some of the  most interesting human resources update articles from the last few days. Not only do I aggregate HR articles, but I also include articles on the latest Payroll (Wage and Hour) concerns and happenings. Enjoy!

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The Supreme Court of the United States just set forth a ruling that may make it easier for employee lawsuits to stand up in court. Employers are not going to be happy about this. :/

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