For Applicable Large Employers (ALEs): 50+ Full Time Employees (including Full-Time Equivalents).
Research conducted by the Josh Bersin group finds the connection between data, analytics, and technology in an organization's efforts to achieve pay equity. Download it now.
Find out what organizations are doing differently to make DEI initiatives more impactful in our research study conducted by Harvard Business Review Analytic Services.
Our Pay Equity Communications Planner provides step-by-step instructions on how to talk about pay equity to employees, investors, the c-suite, and other key stakeholders.
Everything you need to know about pay equity and the new laws taking shape across the globe.
Download the Employer's Guide to Coding the 1095-C forms to master your reporting responsibility this filing season.
The IRS is expected to have issued $228 billion in penalty assessments by the year 2026 for ACA non-compliance.Check out the ACA Essential Guide for 2021 to learn about changes to ACA compliance.
The all-new 2022 ACA 101 Toolkit is here. Download it for important filing dates, penalty amounts, tips for improving ACA compliance, and steps to reduce IRS penalty risk.
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California employers must file pay information on their employees annually under SB 973. Download our white paper to learn what's required of you and what to include in your annual submissions.
Illinois SB 1480 was recently amended by SB 1487 and requires employers to obtain an Equal Pay Registration Certification, Equal Pay Compliance Statement, and pay data reporting. Learn more
New Jersey's Equal Pay Act requires pay data reporting. Download the white paper and to see how else the law could impact your business and what steps to take next.
Colorado's Equal Pay for Equal Work Act includes a salary history ban, pay transparency mandates, and a safe harbor for employers that perform a proactive pay equity audit. Keep reading to learn more.
Access the San Francisco Equal Pay Ordinance white paper to learn what the law requires and if it applies to your organization. The requirements are in addition to California's SB 973.
With the Employee Retention Credit (ERC) your business can earn up to $33,000 per employee. See if your organization qualifies in this product guide.
Employers can earn up to $9,600 in federal tax credits through the Work Opportunity Tax Credit program. TaxAdvantageSM makes it easy.
Employers can earn up to $33,000 per employee with the Employee Tax Credits for 2020 and 2021. Read this update to learn about the qualifications for eligibility.
3 minute read: The latest IRS Notice 2021-23 provides additional rules on the Employee Retention Credit (ERC) with respect to quarter one and quarter two of the 2021 tax year. The new notice...