Category: Human Resources & Government Compliance

Why Borrowers Shouldn’t Rush Their PPP Forgiveness Applications and How To Prepare

Businesses who received PPP loans under the CARES Act are questioning if and how they will qualify for PPP loan forgiveness. Some organizations and business owners may feel uneasy when applying for forgiveness. So, we thought we would share five factors that are affecting the forgiveness application process and how you can prepare.

How Inclement Weather Can Affect Employment Laws

When a hurricane, earthquake, flood, fire, winter storm or other emergencies occur, numerous employment laws are implicated, including the federal law discussed below. Fair Labor Standards Act: Reduction of Pay and Work Hours Nonexempt employees: Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) requires employers to pay nonexempt employees only for hours that the employees have actually worked. Therefore,

Employers should review EEO-1 guidance before Pay Data reporting deadline September 30, 2019

The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) released a sample form, instructions, and FAQs to help employers submit employee pay data. The data is to be sorted by job category, race, ethnicity, and sex. This information is due to the agency by September 30, 2019. Earlier this year, employers were required to submit EEO-1 Component 1

Let Us Assist With Your E-Verify For New Hires

Several states have passed mandatory E-Verify laws that require businesses to confirm the work eligibility of all new hires using the federal electronic verification system. Employers that fail to follow these mandatory measures may be subject to serious sanctions. This chart shows which states have mandatory E-Verify laws that apply to private employers and/or to state

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