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Important Voting Leave Laws by State

Election day is just a few weeks away! That’s why we’re sharing an overview of all voter leave laws by state around the country. Check out the guide below to learn more about your voting leave rights. Voter Leave Laws Overview

Independent Contractors: AB 2257 Law in California

Independent Contractors: AB 2257 Employment Law in California Just as Companies doing business in California began to get acclimated to the statutory changes created by AB5, the legal requirements surrounding who qualifies as an Independent Contractor have shifted once again.  The AB5 legislation, which went in effect on January 1, 2020, codified the ABC Test […]

How an Extended Workforce Provides More Flexibility

Companies will soon be faced with the realities of a staffing shift; goals and strategies, objectives, FTE changes, headcount limits, project completion, and new budget restrictions. Not only do companies have to ramp up or down, but they also have to do so with an ever-complex legal climate taking into consideration AB5 independent contractor issues, […]

H1B and Other Visas Now Suspended Due to COVID-19

On June 22, 2020, the President signed an Executive Order that directs the US Embassy/Consular Office to cease issuance of H1B, H-4, H2B, J or L visas for the remainder of 2020.  This order will also effectively suspend entry into the US by all foreign nationals (with limited exemptions noted below) who hold one of […]

June 2020: What you need to know about AB5

If you have employees in California, chances are you received your detailed EDD AB5 Notification. This letter opens the door for four participating agencies outside of the IRS to audit your company for Independent Contractor compliance. The California Public Utilities Commission officially ruled on June 9th, 2020, that contractors for ride-sharing companies, such as Uber […]

International Payroll – UK Considerations

The UK payroll landscape has always been defined by HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) and the tax structure that is in place nationally. With the UK’s exit from the European Union at the end of January this year, there is a fair bit of uncertainty around what lies ahead for UK businesses, and whether the […]

Coronavirus & Workplace: What You Need to Know

  The Coronavirus is now making its way around the United States. Some companies are taking safeguards such as limiting travel, cancelling conferences, making work-from-home arrangements, and keeping a heavily stocked supply of disinfectant wipes and antibacterial available to their workers.    With growing numbers of infected individuals in the United States, more workers could soon be […]

Does B2B protect you from AB5?

The 12 “must-haves” in order for a B2B to qualify under AB5. Following the enactment of AB5, there has been a large increase in applications to set up limited liability companies (LLCs) or other forms of B2B.  By forming these business entities, individuals that had previously operated as independent contractors are hoping to maintain their […]

Following in California’s Footsteps: New Jersey Cracks Down on IC Misclassifications

Big news for the Garden State! On January 20th, Governor Phil Murphy signed 153 new bills into law, six of which include new penalties for employers who misclassify workers as independent contractors or who are found to be in violation of State wage, benefit, and tax laws. This new legislation seems to closely resemble the […]

Final Rule On Joint Employer Status Under The Fair Labor Standards Act

On January 12, 2020, the Department of Labor (DOL) announced a final rule to revise and update its regulations by narrowing the definition of “joint employer” under the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA). This is the first update to the joint-employer rule in over 60 years. This final rule provides additional clarity for businesses that […]