Businesses with 100 or more employees now have until June 21 to file their annual EEO-1 form.
Discussion topics included taxation, flood and crop insurance, and legal protections for independent insurance agents.
Independent agents from across the country – to include several IA&B members – met with federal lawmakers this week during the Big I Legislative Conference.
The House last week focused on legislation that would impact natural disaster preparation, retirement planning, and Medicare expansion.
If you or any of your employees are exposed to COVID-19, the CDC now provides a calculator to determine next steps.
Application of a focused, economic-reality test to determine if a worker qualifies as an independent contractor once again is in use.
Among other items, a recent U.S. Department of Labor memo sheds light on when no-fault attendance policies violate the law.
Review the EEOC’s answers to frequently asked questions about religious accommodations for COVID-19 vaccine requirements.
The COVID-19-related policy allowing expired documents to verify work eligibility will end next month.
FEMA continues to offer assistance (including retroactive reimbursement) for COVID-19-related funeral costs.