The last few years have put employers in the position of becoming compliance officers. The Department of Labor, Health and Human Services, and the Internal Revenue Service have actively been pursuing small- and mid-size businesses about various issues, from PPACA reporting to wage and hour miscalculations.
With the government temporarily shutdown, employers participating in E-verify will not be able to access their account. So what can you do about it?
Read the full statement here and see what changes have been made to employer reporting requirements.
Under the proposed rules, released Thursday, employers would not be required to report cost information related to family coverage. Read more…
In the wake of the Obama administration announcement; that the ACA mandatory employer and insurer reporting requirements will be delayed for one year. Workplace weekly news decides to seek expert opinion on the impact on businesses
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Employers that have pruned the hours of part-timers in response to PPACA have generated plenty of headlines, mostly negative. But it’s not the only strategy they’re testing…
All employers, regardless of size or type, must meet the SBC requirements.
What does PPACA mean for your company?
As Congress continues the tax debate, it’s important that we consider what’s good for the long term