Author: Caroline Carr

No-Match Letters, What To Do When You Receive One

Starting in March 2019, the Social Security Administration (SSA) began sending Social Security Number (SSN) no-match letters to employers for the first time in almost a decade. The SSA sends these letters upon discovery that the W-2 records submitted by the employer don’t match the records on file at the SSA. Employers don’t necessarily need

Unemployment Tip: Voluntary Quit for Medical Reasons

DecisionHR’s unemployment vendor, Employers Edge, has laid out some detailed information regarding voluntary employee quit for medical reasons. Read on to learn about the ins and outs of medical quits. Health and medical reasons account for a significant number of voluntary separations from employment. Most states consider certain medical reasons to be “good cause” for

Don’t Wait to Audit Your Exempt Workforces

The U.S Department of Labor has proposed a new rule that would make over one million American workers eligible for overtime pay. While there is a long road ahead until the final ruling, employers should take steps to ensure they are prepared for this potential change. Employers should audit their exempt workforces to determine whether