Recently, the EEOC announced an update to its Enforcement Guidance on Pregnancy Discrimination and Related Issues (“Enforcement Guidance”) to reflect the Supreme Court’s recent decision in Young v. UPS. The Court in Young articulated a new standard applicable to claims brought under the Pregnancy Discrimination Act (“PDA”), when a plaintiff claims that she has been … Continue reading EEOC Updates Pregnancy Discrimination Guidelines
Month: July 2015
OSHA Announces Guidelines for Transgender Restroom Access
According to the Department of Labor’s Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) Transgender Restroom Access Guidelines, transgender employees should have access to the restroom that corresponds to their gender identity. OSHA stressed failing to provide transgender employees with restrooms consistent with their gender identity can prevent them from using bathrooms at all, which can lead … Continue reading OSHA Announces Guidelines for Transgender Restroom Access
New Law Increases Affordable Care Act Information Reporting Penalties
Increased Penalties Will Apply to Returns & Statements Filed After December 31, 2015 On June 29, 2015, President Obama signed H.R. 1295 Trade Preferences Extension Act of 2015. This bill included significant increases in the penalties incurred due to failure to file various tax reporting forms. This includes the penalties relating to Form 1094/1095 reporting. … Continue reading New Law Increases Affordable Care Act Information Reporting Penalties
Increase Your Bottom Line Without Adding New Customers – A Case Study
About a year ago, I received a call from a company (400 employees), stating they were having problems with high turnover, especially among key providers. Additionally, the CEO stated the company recently faced litigation and really needed help with compliance. Based on our entire conversation, I recommended having Expert Human Resources (EHR) conduct an HR … Continue reading Increase Your Bottom Line Without Adding New Customers – A Case Study
Who Would You Choose to Clean Your House?
I typically work 50 – 80 hours per week growing my business, Expert Human Resources (EHR). One day I looked around at home and realized my house needed to be seriously deep cleaned. I thought about taking a few days to clean it, however I received a huge project, and I had to give that … Continue reading Who Would You Choose to Clean Your House?