News and analysis on payroll and related issues from the APA
Texas court determines Department of Labor’s rule increasing minimum salary threshold for “white collar” employees is invalid.
Oregon’s new state payroll tax will take effect July 1, 2018
Oregon sets fair scheduling requirements for employers in certain industries
California and Virgin Islands remain likely to face Federal Unemployment Tax Act credit reductions
Washington becomes fifth state to enact paid family and medical leave insurance starting in 2020.
The U.S. Department of Labor is accepting feedback for white collar exemptions to overtime pay requirement.
Updates to instructions and List C Documents are amongst changes made by United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS).
Worker classification regarding entitlement to unemployment benefits remain an issue for Uber.
New “Fair Workweek” laws set scheduling requirements impacting employers in New York and California cities.
The 2018 fiscal year budget proposal includes various items that would affect payroll operations.