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Exempt Organizations & Your Employment Taxes

Tax-exempt organizations, including churches and faith-based charities, have important responsibilities as employers while operating and managing their activities. Generally, most organizations will choose to make use of one of the several payroll services, such as ADP or Paychex, to have their payroll prepaid and the taxes collected and deposited with the U.S. Treasury. However, whether […]

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Proposed Changes to Federal Overtime Rules

The Department of Labor (DOL) recently announced the highly anticipated proposed federal overtime rules under the Fair Labor Standard Act (FLSA), coming more than a year after President Obama directed the Secretary of Labor to begin creating new federal overtime rules. Before the proposed changes were announced, many employers did not need to worry too […]

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California Legislature: Early Bills on Labor and Employment Issues

California’s State Legislature is now producing the labor and employment bills that will be the subject of its attention this year. This year’s primary effort to raise the state’s minimum wage is again set for a hearing in the Senate Labor and Industrial Relations Committee on April 8 (SB 3). Another bill set for hearing […]

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False Employment Documents and Employee Rights in California

Once hired, employees must present documents confirming their identity and eligibility to work in the United States. And, employers must honor documents that appear to be valid. But in a recent case in California, Supreme Court ruled that an employee who presents fraudulent eligibility documents is not barred from later pursuing a lawsuit alleging discrimination […]

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