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What Nonprofits Need to Know About DC’s Wage Theft Prevention Act

Nonprofits with employees in the District of Columbia should be aware of a new DC law that will require an additional employment form for every employee. The Wage Theft Prevention Amendment Act of 2014 applies to all employers operating in DC, including exempt organizations. The Act, drafted by Mayor Vincent Gray last year, has already […]
April 24, 2015

IRS Releases New Guidance for ACA Compliance

The IRS released fact sheets 2014-09 discussing the Affordable Care Act (ACA) as it pertains to individuals, and 2014-10 discussing the ACA as it pertains to employers.  These fact sheets provide a helpful overview in gaining a broad understanding of essence of the ACA. In short, all individuals, with very limited exceptions, must have insurance […]
November 20, 2014

Pennsylvania Enacts Job Creation Incentive, but Beware of the Clawback

Pennsylvania has enacted a new job creation law allowing qualified companies to retain 95% of the withholding taxes for the individuals employed in the newly created jobs. The Promoting Employment Across Pennsylvania Act (L. 2012, H2626, effective 10/26/2012), which was signed into law by Governor Tom Corbett on October 26, 2012, offers the 95% retention […]
December 10, 2012

Are You Required To Do EEO-1 Reporting?

Written by Stacey Holst, SPHR, HR Business Partner As organizations change in size and scope, so do associated compliance requirements. Reevaluating and fulfilling new obligations for recordkeeping and reporting is essential to controlling liability. Organizations experiencing organic growth, receiving federal contracts or subcontracts, or involved in mergers and acquisitions should be especially aware of potential […]
August 1, 2011
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