5 Tips for Human Resources Success from CPS VP of HR Solutions
HR departments today struggle with ensuring compliance on an increasing number of labor regulations, but there are simple ways to find human resources success.
Alert: Massachusetts Minimum Wage Law Enacted
In June, Governor Charlie Baker signed into law an increase in the Massachusetts minimum wage to $15 an hour over five years.
Alert: Connecticut Bans Salary Inquiries
Connecticut recently joined several other states in enacting legislation to ban salary history questions in an effort to address the pay gap between men and women.
Our Team Is Growing! Meet Our New Staff Members
Complete Payroll Solutions is excited to announce several new additions to the company in HR, business solutions, and sales.
Alert: IRS Suspends Some Job-Related Deductions
A recent IRS announcement includes information for employers and taxpayers about changes in some job-related deductions stemming from the new tax law.
Brookline Bank Partners With CPS for Payroll and HR Services
We’re excited to announce our new partnership with Brookline Bank to provide cost-effective payroll, compliance and integrated human resource solutions for its business banking customers.
Alert: ACA Affordability Threshold Increases for 2019
Large employers are required to provide affordable coverage under the ACA employer mandate to provide minimum value to full-time employees and their dependents. Learn about threshold increases in our latest news alert.
Alert: VT to Ban Salary History Questions July 1
VT will enact legislation banning employers from asking candidates about their salary history or seeking information about past compensation on July 1.
Form I-9 Audits Are Up: Are You Prepared?
ICE has announced that the number of I-9 audits has already doubled this year compared to the last fiscal year. Follow these tips to stay in compliance.
Alert: Final Regulations Issued on RI Paid Sick Leave Requirements
With enactment of the Healthy and Safe Families and Workplaces Act, Rhode Island employers with 18 or more employees—except for governments—will have to comply with new paid sick and safe leave provisions starting July 1.