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Northeast Paid Family Medical Leave Round Up

by John Stebbins - July 30 2019

As pressures mount for a national paid family and medical leave (PFML) program, since just 17 percent of private-industry employees had access to PFML...

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Alert: EEO Reporting Deadline Remains March 31

by John Stebbins - October 5 2018

After years of requiring employers to submit the EEO-1 report by September 30, last year, the filing deadline was changed to March 31, 2018, for the 2...

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Reminder: New York State, City Anti-Sexual Harassment Requirements

by John Stebbins - September 7 2018

In an effort to curtail workplace sexual harassment, New York State and City have both passed expansive anti-sexual harassment legislation.

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Alert: New MA Law Limits Scope of Non-competes

by John Stebbins - September 4 2018

Following passage of the Massachusetts Noncompetition Agreement Act in August, employers in the state must now comply with a new set of rules for any ...

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New MA Paid Family and Medical Leave Requires Employer Contributions

by John Stebbins - August 7 2018

Massachusetts has adopted a paid family and medical leave program, which will be funded by a payroll tax that becomes effective July 1, 2019. Employee...

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Alert: Connecticut Bans Salary Inquiries

by John Stebbins - July 17 2018

Connecticut recently joined several other states in enacting legislation to ban salary history questions in an effort to address the pay gap between m...

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Alert: IRS Announces 2019 HSA Limits

by John Stebbins - June 12 2018

Every year, the IRS updates HSA contribution limits to reflect cost-of-living adjustments. The recently released Revenue Procedure 2018-30 outlines th...

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New York State, City to Require Anti-Sexual Harassment Training

by John Stebbins - April 26 2018

In an effort to curtail workplace sexual harassment, New York State and City have both passed expansive anti-sexual harassment legislation that includ...

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Attention MA Employers: EMAC Changes = Increased Fees

by Pat Collopy - February 27 2018

In August 2017, an Act Further Regulating Employer Contributions to Health Care was signed into law, temporarily changing the existing employer medica...

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New Civil Monetary Penalties in 2018 from the Department of Labor

by Pat Collopy - February 6 2018

CPS is dedicated to making our clients’ lives easier and that involves keeping you up to date with all of the latest changes in compliance regulations...

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