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Regulatory Analysis
We continually update our state and national regulatory analysis to help you stay current with changing regulations.

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A valuable metric for human resources and management alike, turnover provides information that can be used to identify retention issues before key employees seek other employment.
This confidential form should be the basis for a meaningful, two-way discussion with the employee. The ensuing performance discussion can be most successful when the report is thoughtfully and accurately completed.
Guidance:
Minimum wage rates vary from state to state. This chart identifies the 2017 minimum wage for all 50 states as well as the federal minimum wage.
Use this on-demand webinar to learn how recent developments related to paid sick leave could affect your daily operations and workplace policies, best practices for administering PTO—from accurately accounting for partial day absences to instituting vacation time caps, and how to identify other policies that could be affected by mandatory paid sick leave.
Use this on-demand webinar to learn how recent developments related to paid sick leave could affect your daily operations and workplace policies, best practices for administering PTO—from accurately accounting for partial day absences to instituting vacation time caps, and how to identify other policies that could be affected by mandatory paid sick leave.
Attorney Amelia Holstrom of Skoler, Abbott & Presser, P.C. covers how federal laws and some state laws around pay transparency are shaping up, and how these developments are likely to affect organizations’ compliance obligations going forward. You’ll get valuable insight into how to examine your own pay practices to determine if there are gender or other compensation gaps to remedy for a better working climate, too.
Don’t get stuck in the payroll administration mud! Use this on-demand webinar when Kate Bischoff and Elizabeth Bystrom, two payroll experts will explain how to avoid paycheck administration pitfalls and how to navigate through tricky paycheck administration-related issues—from final paychecks, reimbursements, fringe benefits, and more.
Don’t get stuck in the payroll administration mud! Use this on-demand webinar when Kate Bischoff and Elizabeth Bystrom, two payroll experts will explain how to avoid paycheck administration pitfalls and how to navigate through tricky paycheck administration-related issues—from final paychecks, reimbursements, fringe benefits, and more.
Attorney Amelia Holstrom of Skoler, Abbott & Presser, P.C. covers how federal laws and some state laws around pay transparency are shaping up, and how these developments are likely to affect organizations’ compliance obligations going forward. You’ll get valuable insight into how to examine your own pay practices to determine if there are gender or other compensation gaps to remedy for a better working climate, too.
With this in-depth on-demand webinar compensation expert John A. Rubino will discuss strategies to help you determine the right balance between internal equity and market rate.
With this in-depth on-demand compensation expert John A. Rubino will discuss strategies to help you determine the right balance between internal equity and market rate.
White Papers:
For many Americans, Medicare may seem like a beacon of light that will rescue them from financial shipwreck once they reach age 65. As an HR professional, perhaps you understand that the beacon isn’t as bright as many believe it to be; in truth, retirement may be only the beginning of the troubles.
Ladies and gentlemen in the payroll department, buckle your seatbelts. The ride may get bumpy. The reason for the turbulence is the existence of various rules across different jurisdictions. If you’re paying people in different states, cities, or perhaps even counties, you need to pay close attention to the latest leave rules.
United Benefit Advisors (UBA) says that more than one-third (35.1%) of all health plans offered employees a way to help pay their out-of-pocket expenses in 2016, through either a Health Savings Account (HSA) or a Health Reimbursement Arrangement (HRA). Employers and employees reap benefits from both kinds of plans, but in different ways. Understanding key differences can help you make the right decision for your company.
Summer is upon us, and you know what that means: soon 2018 planning will begin. Perhaps you’ve been considering providing employees with a total compensation statement. These can be a way of giving employees a more complete picture of the benefits you provide, which may lead them to appreciate you more as their employer. At least, that’s the basic goal. The real picture is a little more complicated.
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How much should you be paying to attract and retain the best employees, based on your industry and location?


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