Did you know there are over 20 requirements that impact small employers under Health Care Reform? HR360's PPACA by Company Size Chart provides a simple way to review the key provisions affecting companies with 1 to 250+ employees.
Summer is a popular time for hiring interns, but did you know that internships are most often considered 'employment' subject to the federal minimum wage and overtime rules?
Keeping track of so many different notice requirements for employer-sponsored group health plans can be challenging for any sized company. With the 2013 edition of our Group Health Plan Notices Calendar, companies can stay ahead of the curve with bottom line information on required notices, including who must receive them, who must provide them and when notices are due. Simply click on the link below to download your free copy.
Administrative Professionals Day is celebrated on Wednesday during the last full week of April. While it is important to acknowledge and reward your employees' achievements on a regular basis, Administrative Professionals Day calls special attention to the support of your administrative professionals in contributing to the success of your company.
Beginning in 2014, certain large employers who do not offer affordable health insurance that provides a minimum level of coverage to their full-time employees may be required to pay a substantial penalty. HR360's Pay or Play Toolkit provides the step-by-step guidance, worksheets, and calculators to help you understand whether your company will be subject to a penalty and how to calculate it.
Did you know that even if you have a few employees, there are more than 15 federal labor laws that your company must comply with? HR360's Federal Labor Laws by Company Size Guide is a simple tool you can use to understand the laws that apply to your company based on the number of employees you have.
The U.S. Department of Labor has released final rules to implement previous amendments to the federal Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) related to military family leave. A new poster reflecting these changes is now available. Employers with 50 or more employees are generally required to display the FMLA poster where both employees and applicants for employment can see it.
The focus on Health Care Reform has returned to compliance following the presidential election and a U.S. Supreme Court challenge in 2012. HR360's preview of key Health Care Reform provisions taking effect in 2013 and 2014 can help you stay on top of the major changes ahead.