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I’ll spare the intro, I think we all know why it’s important nowadays to keep our time clocks clean, especially our biometric clocks. So to avoid unintentional damage to your clocks and potentially nullifying your warranty, before you go pulling out the alcohol wipes, you will want to breeze through these quick guidelines and consult your clock’s manufacturer for approved cleaning products and procedures.
Not to be confused by the title of this article; "Hair" is not suddenly a protected class! But hair styles and how NYS employers write their dress and grooming policies has made its way onto your 2020 NYS Labor Law Poster. Here's what you need to know.
Told you we would let you know when the final 2019 1095-C forms are out, and here they are!
Quick blog here. In keeping with previous year trends (though they made the announcement a little earlier this year), on December 2 the IRS extended the deadline to deliver 1095-C forms to employees.
On November 8, 2019 Governor Cuomo signed legislation extending certain protections to employees based on their decisions regarding reproductive health. This includes decisions on birth control, medical services related to reproductive health, or any drug or treatment use for reproductive health purposes.
Affordable Care Act Draft 1095-C and 1094-C forms are out.
Each year, the IRS sets new out of pocket maximums and contribution limits for a number of tax-related benefit plans based on cost-of-living adjustments (COLAs). We'll get right to the point. The 2020 adjustments are official as of today and are as follows.
There's never a shortage of compliance concerns when offering group benefits. While Summary Plan Descriptions and Plan Documents from insurance carriers cover much of the required notices to plan participants, there are a few outlying communications that fall on the shoulders of employers. To keep in compliance, here are a few notices that should be a part of an employer’s onboarding or annual enrollment processes.