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Another I-9 Extension

The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) and Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) announced another extension to Form I-9 flexibility due to the continued Covid-19 precautions. This extension expires July 31,

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Time to Get New EEOC Poster

Get the updated “Know Your Rights” poster which includes the EEOC’s October changes. Remember to provide remote workers with an electronic version. Both the electronic and print version are available

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For Restaurants, Tab Has Come Due

Approximately 90,000 restaurants closed due to COVID. Of those that remain, many have continued to face all sorts of headwinds. According to a National Restaurant Association survey, “fewer than 1

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Credit Where Credit Is Due

You may have noticed an uptick in solicitations relative to potential Employee Retention Credit (“ETC”) claims. While the ETC represents a potential boon for businesses, the paperwork is complicated and

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COBRA Notices and Lawsuit Risk

A smattering of current cases (e.g., Amazon, General Motors, Target) and settled cases (e.g., Home Depot, Fiat Chrysler, and Costco) highlight a litigation trend stemming from issues with COBRA notices.

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New Overtime Rule Coming

The U.S. Department of Labor has announced that its new overtime rule may be released in October 2022 with changes to the Fair Labor Standards Act executive, administrative, and professional

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