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06/16/2016

IRS Develops PEO Certification Program Procedures

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PNN: Professional Employer Organizations

The IRS has issued temporary regulations to implement a new voluntary certification program for professional employer organizations.

06/09/2016

New York Attorney General Sues Domino's for Wage Theft

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PNN: Wage Theft

The NY State Attorney General is suing Domino’s Pizza and three of its franchisees as joint employers for wage theft.

05/26/2016

Multi-State Worker Tax Fairness Act Reintroduced in Congress

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PNN: Multi-state work taxation

The Multi-State Worker Tax Fairness Act would prevent the double taxation of interstate telecommuters by requiring states to use the physical presence test for taxation.

05/24/2016

San Francisco First City to Mandate Paid Parental Leave

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PNN: SF Paid Family Leave

San Francisco has become the first city in the country to require that parents receive six weeks of fully paid parental leave.

05/20/2016

DOL Releases Final Regulations on 'White Collar' Exemptions

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PNN: Final Regs - White Collar

The new overtime regulations have been released by the Department of Labor and will go into effect on December 1, 2016.

05/02/2016

EEOC Proposes Pay Data Collection

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PNN: EEOC Pay Data

The EEOC recently announced revisions to the Employer Information Report (EEO-1) that would impact payroll operations.

04/13/2016

Paid Family Leave Enacted in New York - San Francisco Next?

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PNN: NY SF Family Leave

New York enacts paid family leave program; San Francisco program likely to be enacted soon.

04/07/2016

Looking Out for Payroll Pros in State Retirement Programs

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PNN: State Retirement Plans

Some states are taking it upon themselves to develop their own retirement programs.

03/30/2016

Paid Family Leave - Will New York Be Next?

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PNN: NY Paid Family Leave Proposed

New York legislature is considering a bill that would create a paid family leave program.

03/28/2016

Final Regulations on 'White Collar' Exemption Expected

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PNN: New White Collar Regs

The U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) submitted the final "white collar" regulations to the Office of Management and Budget (OMB) for review.