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New York City recently amended its paid sick leave law and renamed it the Earned Safe and Sick Time Act. The changes include written notice/policy requirements, expanded reasons for leave, and a broader definition of a family member.
Is your business prepared for the upcoming Small Business Saturday? Hit the ground running with these ideas to help you take advantage of this popular shopping day.
This guide to help you understand your responsibilities to prevent and address sexual harassment in the workplace so that you can promote a harassment-free workplace at your business.
You may be familiar with business funding sources such as loans or grants, but there are plenty of non-traditional options you may want to explore.
Are you thinking about giving out bonuses? Here are some guidelines that can help you determine what's most appropriate for you and your employees.
As we end one year and prepare for the next, it’s a good time to review your physical inventory and take appropriate action to position yourself for the coming year.
Have you hired a nanny, cleaning person, home-health aide, or other type of household worker? You may need to pay their federal and state payroll taxes. Here are some basics to get you started.
Tax season can sneak up on small business owners, which is why it's never too early to start preparing. To help stay on track, here are some tax planning tips.
Time is almost up for employers to enroll in New York state's Optional Payroll Tax Program.