Paid Sick Leave Still Contagious Across the Nation Changes in employment law tend to occur in waves, as different states create their own legislation on whatever topic has come into the public eye.
Facebook Job Listings: Helpful or Hype? An HR Expert Weighs the Pros vs Cons Even with the seemingly endless abundance of job sites and tools available, finding quality candidates continues to vex
5 Ways EPLI Policies May Not Cover You In such a litigious society as ours, employers need to be constantly on alert. One employee lawsuit can spell the death of a small business or, at the very
Apple Must Pay 2 Million to Employees: Let’s Learn from its Mistakes Keeping up with every applicable federal, state, and local employment law is no easy task for small business owners (unless
Minimum Wage Increases in 2017: A CEDR Infographic Many states have already increased (or will be increasing) their required minimum wages in 2017, and that's on top of a slew of recent increases in
New IRS I-9 Form Unviewable in Most Browsers—Here’s Your Working Copy! Do you have your new I-9 forms up and running yet? Time is running out! As we’ve already let CEDR members know, all employers
QSEHRA: A New Healthcare Reimbursement Option for Small Employers It may look like a word found in alphabet soup, but QSEHRAs—Qualified Small Employer Health Reimbursement Arrangements—are a useful
When should your employees be allowed to moonlight? For the past few weeks, you notice that your star employee Jennifer consistently arrives late, bleary-eyed from lack of sleep. When you approach