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9 FMLA record keeping requirements employers need to know

HR Morning

When an employee goes on FMLA leave, it can pay to double-check that your FMLA record keeping processes are up to snuff, should your FMLA administration/processes ever be called into question. . Employment law attorneys recommend periodic internal audits of all record keeping practices.

Recordkeeping: What you must keep – and for how long

HR Morning

That’s why it’s essential to know — before you find yourself in some kind of legal dispute — what documents you need to hold onto and what you can trash without putting your company at risk. Copies of employer notices to employee(s). Benefits plans.

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Top 5 HCM software tips to benefit your business


These were the predecessors to the more robust, feature-rich HCM platforms, storing primarily essential data such as employee, benefits and payroll information. It provides a central point of access for not only storing employee records and processing payroll, but also managing benefits, time and attendance, performance reviews and much more. Onboarding and benefits enrollment information for new employees. Employee records and payroll data.

Trump’s New Tax Law Contains Important Implications for Employers

HR Daily Advisor

On December 22, 2017, President Donald Trump signed the highly touted Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA) into law. However, the new law also limits the tax deductions businesses can claim for certain employee benefits and may change the way employers settle legal claims in the future.

The Types of Employment: A Quick Reference Guide


In a labor market that’s become more complex, employers could have as many as six or seven classifications of workers onboard at any given time. But they also must understand the differences between workers and be able to correctly classify their types of employment to avoid violating the law. . Therefore, employers also must understand their obligations under their states’ labor laws. . Employers basically hire contingent workers as needed.