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Revisiting Our 2017 HR Predictions

The last six months have been full of compliance twists and turns. See how Namely’s predictions stacked up.


From the ACA to AHCA, Uncertainty Remains

Will ‘Obamacare’ be repealed, replaced, or neither? The jury is still out.


USCIS Unveils New Form I-9

Employers will have only weeks to update their onboarding process.

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Washington Passes New Paid Family Leave Law

The state’s leave program will give eligible family members up to 18 weeks of paid leave.


Is 2017 the Year of Equal Pay?

States build momentum on efforts to close the national pay gap.


Exempt or Non-Exempt: Are You Classifying Employees Correctly?

Here’s how to navigate the ongoing classification challenge.


Labor Department Brings Back Opinion Letters

The DOL announced a major process change, and HR professionals are celebrating it as good news.

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President Trump Nominates New EEOC Head

The former Burlington Coat Factory executive was nominated to lead the EEOC in a surprising move by the Trump administration.


DOL Declines to Defend Overtime Rules

After months of speculation, Secretary of Labor Alex Acosta has decided to pull the plug on last year's changes to overtime. 


How to Manage Compensation Across State Lines

Don’t get stuck in these four compliance traps when setting up a new office.


Workplace Poster Requirements 101

From FLSA to OSHA, learn what workplace posters your HR team is responsible for hanging in the office. 


Decoding Tax Notices

Did you recently find an IRS tax notice in the mail? Take a deep breath and read this.


HR Compliance Trends to Watch in 2017

Read our annual compliance report to find out what changes lie ahead for HR.


Delaware Bans Salary History Questions

The state's new equal pay law has a number of surprising and unique provisions.


California Looks to Expand Veteran Hiring

A bipartisan bill encourages businesses to favor job applicants who are US veterans.


DOL Seeks Public Comment on Overtime

The federal government will soon ask the public for its input on overtime rules.


Trump Administration Recalls Joint-Employer Guidance

The DOL's new leadership is beginning to reexamine the employee-employer relationship.


Getting the Administrative Exemption Right

The vast majority of employers are tripped up by this one overtime rule. 


Law Makes it Easier to Leave PEOs

With a long-awaited IRS program in full effect, it's easier than ever to make the switch.


Oregon Bans Salary History Questions

The state is the latest jurisdiction to limit recruiters' access to past compensation.