A lot of questions are coming in from employers and employees regarding the Presidential Memorandum calling for an employee social security payroll tax holiday starting September 1. Two big problems exist with this decree that keep it from being actionable at this time.
As managing your workforce becomes increasingly complex in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, documented proof of compliance and accurate time and labor management is more critical than ever before.
With the wave of announcements over the last few weeks that school will be largely conducted online due to ongoing concerns about the coronavirus, a collective cry of despair went out from many working parents. What seemed like a moderate burden that we could all be good sports about and get through in the spring now feels like an impossible burden for the fall and, god forbid, winter.
Read the latest guidance from the Centers for Disease Control.
The Department of Labor issued further guidance for workers and employers on how the protections and requirements of the FLSA, the FMLA, and the Families First Coronavirus Response Act (FFCRA) affect workplaces as they reopen during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The concept of “digitizing” business information and processes has been around for decades. The term even has a certain ‘90s ring to it. But with the impact of the coronavirus on businesses the last number of months, new meaning and urgency has been brought to “git-r-done,” to use another ‘90s reference.
For the second time in two years, a national company who previously decided to tack on payroll services to their existing offering has made a retreat.
An important employment tax credit provided by the CARES Act is the Employee Retention Credit (ERC). This credit is payroll tax credit equal to 50% of up to $10,000 of qualified wages per employee paid from March 13, 2020 through December 31, 2020.
Read the latest guidance from the Centers for Disease Control
Gov. Jay Inslee announced the extension of a proclamation today giving high-risk workers the right to protect themselves from COVID-19 without jeopardizing their employment status or loss of income. Read the full proclamation here