Featured Articles

Trusaic Provides Worry-Free ACA Compliance
By Matt Gotchy | July 7, 2020

Trusaic’s ACA compliance offering is a great fit for large employers in high-turnover industries.
Read More

Proposed Safe Harbor Rule to Address the Classification of Workers by the IRS

New Safe Harbor Rule May Clarify Worker Classifications

By Joanna Kim-Brunetti | August 14, 2017

The gig economy has become an important part of our economy. This has increased ambiguity amongst how workers are classified versus the scope of their…

Read More
Understanding Form I-9’s Importance

Form I-9 Is Changing

By Joanna Kim-Brunetti | August 9, 2017

President Trump continues to emphasize his goal to strictly enforce employment regulations as they pertain to undocumented workers. An increasing number of raids have been…

Read More
Does New York’s Employee Paid Family Leave Have Your Company In Disarray? Here Are 3 Tips To Handle It

3 Tips To Survive New York’s Employee Paid Family Leave

By Joanna Kim-Brunetti | August 7, 2017

As of january 1, 2018, New York will have its new Paid Family Leave Benefits Law (PFLBL) go into effect. Employees working for New York…

Read More
Struggling With E-Verify? Here Are Some Tips

Demystifying E-Verify

By Joanna Kim-Brunetti | August 2, 2017

As an employer, chances are you may have heard of E-Verify, the electronic database to verify employment eligibility of workers. Employers are not currently required…

Read More
Is DOL Overtime Rule Heading into a Ditch?

DOL Calls For Public Comments on Overtime Rule

By Joanna Kim-Brunetti | July 31, 2017

The U.S. Department of Labor’s prior attempt to change overtime regulations for salaried employees is taking a turn under the Trump administration. The DOL’s proposed…

Read More
Could The ‘Freelance Isn’t Free Act’ Become A Nationwide Law?

New York City’s ‘Freelance Isn’t Free’ Act May Start A Trend

By Joanna Kim-Brunetti | July 26, 2017

For those independent contractors and gig economy aficionados with New York City-based clients, the “Freelance Isn’t Free” Act was a godsend. In May, the Act…

Read More

Can Your Unpaid Taxes Affect Your Business Travel?

By Robert Sheen | April 27, 2017

It’s time to think FAST. The Fixing America’s Surface Transportation Act, that is. In March, the FACT Act came into effect, seeking to remedy the…

Read More

Here Is Some New Light Shed On The PATH Act

By Robert Sheen | April 26, 2017

In 2015, the Protecting Americans from Tax Hikes Act was passed, otherwise known as the PATH Act. The PATH Act was seemingly self-explanatory, as it…

Read More

In the Face Of Potential ICE Raids, Keep Your I-9’s Organized

By Joanna Kim-Brunetti | March 21, 2017

The U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) agency has recently been conducting “raids,” leading to the arrest of undocumented immigrants. States like Mississippi, West Virginia,…

Read More

Another Increase In OSHA Penalties Has Occurred

By Joanna Kim-Brunetti | March 6, 2017

It only took about six months for OSHA penalties to see yet another increase. On August 1 of last year, a huge bump in OSHA…

Read More