Alan Pearl presented on Wage and Hour compliance at PMP and Chernoff Diamond’s “Wage & Hour and Incentive Compensation” Workshop on 4/25/13. Attendees came away with knowledge on this pertinent HR topic, and were eligible to receive 2.75 HRCI credits. Thank you to all who attended, and we hope to see you at our upcoming events. #PMP #Workshop #AlanPearl #HR #ChernoffDiamond #IncentiveCompensation #WageandHour
In effect, “unemployment” status joins a growing list of protected categories in NYC which includes discrimination based on an employee’s actual or perceived race, creed, color, national origin, disability, age, partnership status, marital status, sexual orientation, citizenship status and status as a victim of domestic violence, sex offenses and stalking. The amendment prohibits an employer from making any employment decision based on a job applicant’s unemployment status.
Be cautious when allowing your employees who feel ill or impaired in any way to drive home, because you could be found liable for any accidents they cause. An important court ruling found that if an employee can show the job contributed to the accident, your company can be liable. To continue reading, please click on the link below. Employers Can be Held Liable for Commuting Accidents – By Alan Pearl #HR #HumanResources #PMP #WorkplaceCompliance
Form I-9 and Form W-4 should not be treated as one item for collection of documentation purposes. When conducting I-9 audits, PMP often finds that copies of the employee’s social security card as well as all other identifying documents are copied and attached to Form I-9, although the social security card is not used as part of the documentation to satisfy the Form I-9 (e.g. a passport and the social security card are attached to the Form I-9). To continue reading, please
How much more can the Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs (OFCCP) throw at federal contractors and subcontractors? Contractors are worn out by the continuous changes, directives, intensified audits and additional paperwork expected of them by the OFCCP. The OFCCP’s Director, Ms. Shiu, is plowing ahead with many of the reforms she has been waiting to implement. There have been two recent announcements from the OFCCP: (1) Directive 306, issued January 29, 2013, “Co