Learn about newly signed legislation that prohibits Delaware employers from asking a prospective employee’s age or details that indicate age.
For 2023, the 401(k) contribution limit will rise to $22,500 with an additional $7,500 “’catch-up” for certain plan participants.
Certain employers can retroactively claim the Employee Retention Tax Credit through 2024 by filing amended payroll tax returns for years 2020 and 2021.
Businesses with at least 15 employees need to replace their workplace discrimination poster with a new poster that the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) recently published.
Employees can put an extra $200 into their health care flexible spending accounts (health FSAs) next year as the annual contribution limit rises to $3,050.
Review revised instructions for resolving cost disputes over out-of-network services, per the No Surprises Act.
Beginning next month, Maryland employers must make reasonable accommodation for the known disability of applicants, as well as employees.
Delaware Gov. John Carney signed the Healthy Delaware Family Act, which will impact employers with at least 10 employees.
Businesses with 100 or more employees now have until June 21 to file their annual EEO-1 form.
Beginning Oct. 1, 2022, Maryland will expand what constitutes unlawful harassment by removing the requirement that the conduct be “severe or pervasive” in certain situations.