Employer Credit for Employee Retention


  By Lynn Connor  |    Thu Apr 02, 2020

Category: Expert Advice, Funding, Legal, Productivity

The United States Department of Treasury issued a press release yesterday to encourage businesses impacted by COVID-19 to use the Employee Retention Credit. The credit was created to encourage firms to keep their employees on their payroll. Available to all employers regardless of size, the credit covers up to 50...

House Passes COVID-19 Response Legislation Including Numerous Paid Leave, Unemployment Provisions By Jim Paretti, Michael J. Lotito, and Sebastian T. Chilco

  By Anonymous  |    Thu Mar 19, 2020

Category: Expert Advice, Legal

In the early hours of March 14, 2020, the U.S. House of Representatives passed sweeping legislation in response to the spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19) across the United States. The Emergency Families First Coronavirus Response Act (H.R. 6201) includes a number...

Pay & Bill Rates - Conversations with Clients

  By Lynn Connor  |    Thu Jan 02, 2020

Category: Expert Advice, Legal, Recruiting

In July of 2019, the national unemployment rate was 3.7%. Minimum wage rates are increasing across the nation. At the beginning of 2019, eighteen states began the year with higher minimum wages based on the cost of living and ten other states increased their rates due to prior approved legislation...

Hiring Candidates With A Disability

  By Taj McNamara  |    Mon Feb 11, 2019

Category: Columns, Expert Advice, Legal

Twenty-nine years ago, Congress enacted the landmark Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) which prohibited discrimination on the basis of disability in employment and other aspects of community life. Since then, public policy at all levels has demonstrated growing support for the employment of people with disabilities, as part of a broad societal shift...

Will the NLRB Finally Settle Joint Employment Concerns?

  By Jim Hoeft  |    Tue Jun 12, 2018

Category: Expert Advice, Legal

Over the last several years, several high-profile cases, most notably Browning-Ferris and Hy-Brand have come for a ruling before the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB). Josh Eidelson of Bloomberg writes that the crux of both these cases is whether or not employees have the right to pursue a claim against or collectively...

Just Ask Jeff: The delay was too long from your referral to the hire.

  By Jeffrey G. Allen  |    Mon Apr 02, 2018

Category: Expert Advice, Legal, Recruiting

What Client Says: The delay was too long from your referral to the hire. How Client Pays: The average delay from referral of a candidate to hire is 98 days. You probably think it's 30 days. I did when I was a recruiter. But as an HR manager, I...

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