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Mental Health Conditions in The Workplace

The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) has recently released new guidance regarding rights of employees with mental health conditions.  Many American workers suffer from mental health conditions such as anxiety, depression, or PTSD. Frequently, employers...

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DOL Overtime Rule Delayed

DOL Overtime Rule Delayed On November 22, 2016 a U.S. District Court Judge in Texas granted an Emergency Motion Injunction which prohibited the Department of Labor (DOL) from moving forward with the new proposed overtime rule. The Department of Justice...

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New Form I-9 Released

On November 14th, the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) released the latest revison to the Form I-9. As you may know, the prior version expired some time ago.  Employers are required to begin using the new form no later than January 22, 2017. The...

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The Election is over, what’s next for employers?

Employers dislike uncertainty and any major change in Washington, D.C. increases uncertainty. While some employers may welcome the idea of change, it’s difficult to know exactly what may change and when. We’d like to take a moment to address a couple of common...

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DOL Overtime Rule Reminder

The December 1, 2016 deadline to comply with the new salary requirement for certain exempt white collar employees is fast approaching. Although there have been a number of attempts to eliminate or delay the change, those efforts have been unsucessfual. With only a few...

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2017 Increased FSA Limits

The Internal Reveneue Service (IRS) has announced the 2017 increase to annual pre-tax limits for both full and limited-purpose health Flexible Spending Arrangements (FSA). The increase will take effect January 1, 2017 for plans years beginning on or after that date. ...

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