New Ruling for Overtime, effective 1/1/2020

Breaking news from the Department of Labor, effective 1/1/2020 the minimum salary for exempt employees will increase to $35,568. Employees who earn less than that on an annualized basis are eligible for overtime compensation. Here are some other key things for you to know as you prepare to make this change: • “Compensation” can include […]

EEO-1 Component 2 Update

Just when you thought you knew what to do for the EEO-1 reporting requirements…they’re changing again in 2020.  The EEOC has announced that they will not require the Component 2 pay data broken down by job category, race and gender in the future due to the burden on organizations to pull this data when compared […]

Current Form I-9 Expired August 31, 2019

If you look closely at the Form I-9 you’ll notice it has an expiration date of August 31, 2019! The Department of Homeland Security is urging employers to continue to use the current form even with the August 31, 2019 expiration date. Did you know employers of all sizes are required to use the Form […]

We are days away from the EEO-1 Component 2 filing deadline.

In April of 2019, the EEOC announced that employers must report Component 2 data form 2017 and 2018 payrolls by September 30, 2019. Have you pulled your reports for salary bands and hours worked? Questions about this?  Contact us for guidance. Read More

It’s time to prepare for a new overtime rule.

In 2016 we got our first taste of proposed changes to the exempt salary threshold, also known as the White Collar exemption rule. The 2019 proposal includes a salary threshold of $35,308. To understand what this means for your organization contact us. Read More