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Compliance | Article
Weeks from implementation of the Masssachusetts Paid Family and Medical Leave program, Gov. Charlie Baker, along with state house and senate leadership, agreed to implement a three-month delay until Oct. 1, 2019. Massachusetts is one of six states to have enacted a paid family and medical leave law. Originally, the state’s PFML law was passed as part of the “Grand Bargain” legislation, which also included changes to state wage and hours.
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Compliance | Article
Massachusetts passed legislation to provide paid family and medical leave, and to make changes to the state wage and hour provisions. The law went in to effect Jan. 1, 2019.
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Accounting | Article
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Compliance | Article
Employers should be prepared for what to expect from the Internal Revenue Service if they did not meet the requirements under the Employer Shared Responsibility provision of the Affordable Care Act. If employers receive notification from the IRS, they should respond as quickly and thoroughly as possible because the fines can be financially devastating.
Employee Benefits | Article
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Compliance | Article
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Compliance | Article
The state of Washington has begun administering a Paid Family and Medical Leave program, leaving employers with new requirements, as well as potential questions about how to remain compliant.