Twenty-one states increased their minimum wages in 2020, boosting the national average to $11.80.
New FLSA overtime laws, including an increase in standard salary levels, will make more American workers eligible for overtime wages.
As of October 9, 2019, the Department of Labor (DOL) is proposing amendments surrounding the 20% rule (also referred to as the 80/20 rule) and tip pooling.
The Social Security Administration recently announced changes to the maximum earnings subject to the tax.
The U.S. Department of Labor recently finalized and released the details of its mandatory overtime pay new rule.
The work of payroll professionals is an imperative part of human resource and benefits administration, and this is a week worth recognizing.
The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission has been ordered by a federal judge to collect employee EEO-1 pay data by September 30, 2019.
This quick guide will tell you everything you need to know about federal payroll taxes in 2019, including changes made to the maximum threshold for this year.
With many asking, “Why aren’t wages increasing?” we decided to look into the matter, and see what expert economists have to say.
The Internal Revenue Service recently announced that the planned changes to Form W-4 for 2019 will be rolled back until 2020.