July 2014 Legal Roundup
Learn the latest developments in what’s covered under the FMLA, plus other news from the world of employment law in July’s legal roundup.
How to Avoid an I-9 Audit
Unfortunately, it might not be possible to avoid an I-9 audit completely. Staffing is one of the industries that gets I-9 audited the most, along with construction, hospitality, food and agriculture, so it’s not outside the realm of possibility that you’ll receive a Notice of Inspection (NOI) from the Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE). But you […]
“My Clients Want to See Completed I-9s”
The bad news is that you’ll have to tell them no. The good news is that you’ve got the federal government backing you up on that.
The EEOC’s Special Challenges to Staffing
When your industry is based in human resources, investigation by the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission is a constant possibility.
June 2014 Legal Roundup
The lessons: pay your workers the wages they’re due, you don’t have to accommodate an ADA leave longer than 6 months and be nice to moms.
Affordable Care Act: Who Has to Be Covered in 2015?
The staffing industry tends to involve a lot of Variable employees. We’ll discuss who they are and where they stand with the ACA.