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Voice of the People, Apr. 23 - Chicago Tribune
Voice of the People, Apr. 23
Payroll cards are prepaid cards and, as such, employees generally can spend only the funds that have previously been deposited into the account. Federal law prohibits employers from mandating the use of payroll cards and imposes a number of consumer ...
XpertHR Index Ranks States by Payroll Misery - PR Web (press release)
XpertHR Index Ranks States by Payroll Misery
PR Web (press release)
The states with the most complex and burdensome employment tax laws are California, New York, New Jersey, Hawaii, Maryland and Virginia, according to XpertHR's new "Payroll Misery" Index, which analyzes the degree of burden placed upon employers ...
Company says California worst for employment tax laws
Maryland keeps tipped workers' minimum base pay stagnant as 4 other states ... - Baltimore Business Journal (blog)
Wall St. Cheat Sheet
Maryland keeps tipped workers' minimum base pay stagnant as 4 other states ...
Baltimore Business Journal (blog)
Connecticut, Delaware, Minnesota and West Virginia have passed minimum wage laws that include higher hourly pay for tipped workers. Here, the base pay for tipped workers will remain at $3.63 as the state's minimum wage increases to $10.10 an hour by ...
CORRECTION: Seattle's maximum debate on achieving $15 minimum wage
Twitter Hastag Backfires for NYPD - Guardian Liberty Voice
Guardian Liberty Voice
Twitter Hastag Backfires for NYPD
Guardian Liberty Voice
They are known to be on the payroll of Wall Street firms, and their crossed-allegiance was much discussed during the Occupy Wall Street protests, during which many white shirts were noted for their particular brutality. The Occupy Wall Street protests ...
Ethics board reverses revolving-door ruling - The Olympian
Ethics board reverses revolving-door ruling
The Executive Ethics Board ruled in February that Richards, the former superintendent of the Special Commitment Center, did not violate ethics laws. Former state employees who had authority over contracts in their last two years on the state payroll ...
How to Avoid Violating Wage and Labor Laws - Accountingweb.com
How to Avoid Violating Wage and Labor Laws
Accountants who work as CFOs in small companies or have such companies as clients may find themselves pressed into service as de facto payroll managers. That brings them into contact with a bewildering array of wage and labor regulations. And while ...
IBT Media is allegedly breaking labor law - Columbia Journalism Review
IBT Media is allegedly breaking labor law
Columbia Journalism Review
IBT Media, the parent company of International Business Times and Newsweek, has been violating New York labor law for years by breaking rules for how frequently employees are paid, according to multiple employees affected. Nine former and current IBT ...
Seattle's maximum debate on achieving $15 minimum wage - The Seattle Times
Seattle's maximum debate on achieving $15 minimum wage
The Seattle Times
A study for Murray's committee by researchers at the University of California, Berkeley, found that of nine cities and counties that had enacted local minimum-wage laws, five count commissions as part of wages. Three count money spent on health ...
Brent Shypulefski - The Independent Weekly
The Independent Weekly
I have spoken to many small companies that tell me that they are hardly making any money as it is, and if some politician signs a law in Washington that makes their labor cost jump almost forty percent, they are closing their doors. And just as ...
Our View: Legislature can equalize playing field - Monroe News Star
Our View: Legislature can equalize playing field
Monroe News Star
HB 658 would guarantee equal pay for all women in the public and private sectors, expanding on a law passed last year granting equal pay for all state employees performing comparable work. None of the bills would prevent employers from granting higher ...
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