Every country has its own unique HR laws, but some are more unusual than others.
High earners in the Garden State just received a significant tax hike.
In some cities, paid leave is about more than just sick days or welcoming a new child.
The company’s new campus is set to open this fall, but without this crowd-pleasing perk.
A sequel to last year’s historic tax overhaul could catch payroll pros by surprise.
State employers could soon be required to offer bereavement leave.
The sometimes unpredictable judge leans pro-employer more often than not.
The new policy could spell trouble for visa holders.
This critical payroll document is often misunderstood by both HR professionals and employees.
One expert dissects the case’s impact on everyday payroll processing.
The sweeping legislation also impacts how Sunday hours are calculated.
It has never been more challenging to hire overseas talent.
Combining the DOL and ED could impact enforcement activity.
The draft form does away with the concept of “allowances.”
2017 saw tremendous progress, but is 2018 following suit?
It’s important to “check your check.” One expert shares how to do it.
Here’s how to tackle all those onboarding forms.
Another month, another ban. See how this state’s law is different.
Employers will only have weeks to comply with the rule.
The historic and controversial ruling signals a victory for business groups.