A new California bill seeks to make a 32 hour work week the standard for companies of 500 or more employees. Will other states follow?
What is the OSHA Covid-19 ETS and how does it apply to you?
The Common Law Rules are the criteria which determine whether your hiree is an employee or an independent contractor.
Comps Order 37 increases the Colorado minimum wage for 2021. Here is what else employers need to know about the order to remain compliant.
The updated stimulus bill is thoughtfully addressing small business struggles. Here are the good things employers should know about.
Employment law updates are arguably the most important thing to watch for as a business owner. Learn about what we know so far.
Avoiding illegal interview questions can be tricky. Here is why it is important to know what you can't ask, as well as the questions that are off limits.
Joint employer status can be confusing at best. Fortunately, the DOL recently determined a final rule that will help provide clarity.
The Colorado Overtime Minimum Pay Standards Order is hot off the press. Here is what you need to know about the COMPS replacing the CMWO.
We learned about the DOL's new overtime pay rule in September of 2019. Now, the new rule is officially in place, so here is what it means for you.
A bill concerning classifying 1099 workers passes in California. Here is what you should know about the proposed law, and how it affects your workers.
OASDI is Old Age, Survivors and Disability Insurance. Learn how it fits into FICA, where the money comes from, and why it's an important program!
Wage theft above $2,000 will become a felony starting January 1, 2020. The new bill, signed May 16, aims to align wage theft with other forms of theft.