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If signed by the governor, the bill could spur other states to follow suit.
A new proposal has put the ACA in Republican crosshairs—again.
The DOJ has vowed to stamp out the controversial agreements.
The rule change would have required companies to report employee pay alongside gender and race.
From new hires to newly weds, learn who needs to complete the oft-misunderstood Form W-4.
For better or worse, physical paychecks are still preferred by large swaths of the workforce.
HR practices at the ride-sharing giant have been front and center. We take a look at their new CEO’s track record.
When disaster strikes, how do existing labor laws support employees?
When should you actually create a new pay type? One of Namely’s payroll experts weighs in.
When it comes to abusive conduct, Title VII and the ADA often come into play.
From your morning commute to lunch, we break down what counts as time worked.
As more cities prioritize family leave, we take a step back to see just how far we’ve come.
The Golden City is the latest to move toward equal pay reform.
The state is the first to enshrine workers’ right to a steady work schedule.
What is Medicare and how is it funded? One of Namely's experts dives into an oft-misunderstood payroll tax.
From Obamacare to office discourse, we examine the President’s impact on the workplace.
The city's new wage ordinance is the first of its kind in the Midwest.
City lawmakers are exploring ways of curbing the controversial agreements.
An expert from the Namely team breaks down Social Security, how it works, and its associated payroll taxes.