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DOL Releases Final Overtime Rule Changes

In late September the United States Department of Labor (DOL) released its final rules for establishing the amounts required to be earned by an employee in a given calendar year for that employee to be considered “exempt” from the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) overtime requirements.[1] Under the final rules, which go into effect January […]

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California Adopts ABC Test for Classifying Workers as Employees

California Assembly Bill (AB) 5 (Ch. 19-296) codifies the California Supreme Court’s ruling in the Dynamex Case.[1] Under California Assembly Bill 5 (AB 5), most workers are presumed to be an employee for purposes of the California Labor Code, the Unemployment Insurance Code, and for most wage orders of the Industrial Welfare Commission, unless a […]

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IRS Updates Policy Regarding Racial Non-Discrimination Policy Notices

The Internal Revenue Service (IRS), via new guidance issued in May of 2019, has added an additional way for private schools to publicize their racially nondiscriminatory policy to the general public. The agency now says a website statement is considered to be a suitable method for providing notice. This development should be carefully considered by […]

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Hiring Staff for Your Ministry

Why and How You Should Ask About Work Authorization Churches and religious organizations have been hiring (sometimes inadvertently) foreign nationals to work in their organizations for years. Whether or not you are actively considering hiring foreign workers you need to be aware that when you recruit (whether actively or inadvertently) for a position in your […]

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