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Payroll News for Pennsylvania Employers and Employees

An important development for Pennsylvania Employers. Earlier this year, the Pennsylvania Superior Court ruled that employers could not make wage payments to their employees via mandatory payroll debit cards. Partially in response…
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Department of Labor Overtime Rules Enjoined

Last week, a federal District Court Judge entered an injunction blocking the implementation of Department of Labor (DOL) Regulations that would have significantly increased labor costs for thousands of Employers. The Regulations…
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New Minimum Wage Rule Finally Announced

After months of delay and speculation, the Department of Labor recently issued its final rulemaking with regard to what employees are covered by the minimum wage and overtime provisions of the Fair…
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New Bill Could Mean New Jersey Wage News

UPDATED (May 3, 2016): On Monday, May 2, 2016 Governor Chris Christie vetoed the bill, barring gender-based pay discrimination. Governor Christie stated that it would go beyond federal standards and make New…
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Employment Law Update: March 2016

Trying to Avoid the High Cost of Healthcare Under the Affordable Care Act by Reducing Hours Worked Might be Costly. As you probably know, employers with 50 or more full time or…
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