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Ready for Winter? 4 Questions to Ask About Your Inclement Weather Policy

An Inclement Weather Policy can help employers and employees during dangerous weather and other natural disasters, but a poorly defined policy can put your business in danger of compliance issues and low employee morale.  While most employers have an Inclement Weather Policy in place, it is often forgotten and rarely updated, buried within the Employee […]

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IRS Extends Deadline for Furnishing Forms 1095-B and 1095-C

On Friday, November 18, the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) issued a Notice extending the deadline for furnishing 2016 Forms 1095-B and 1095-C from January 31, 2017 to March 2, 2017. These extensions apply to all filers, including Applicable Large Employers, health insurers, and employers that sponsor self-insured health plans. Due to this extension, some individual […]

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PROXUS' HR Services Group Announces New Core Management Team

PROXUS is pleased to announce a focused restructuring of its Human Resource Management Services Group that consists of multiple promotions and increased responsibilities in several key management positions. This new management structure will allow the HR Management Services Group to enhance service delivery while better leveraging its collective HR expertise, and will also promote continued professional […]

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PROXUS Sponsors Second Annual Ambler Bike Race

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PROXUS is proud to sponsor Ambler’s second annual Criterium Bike Race on Saturday, August 13. The day-long cycling event, presented by Zen Masters Racing, will attract hundreds of racers and spectators alike to Ambler borough. Following the resounding success of last year’s event, which brought in 325 racers, 800 spectators and $700 in donation funds […]

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New Overtime Rules Are Here: Four Important Things to Consider

Last week, the Department of Labor issued the much-anticipated revisions to the Fair Labor Standards Act overtime regulations. These are the first significant changes made to the law since 2004 and represent a profound change in how employers determine which employees are exempt and which are non-exempt and entitled to overtime pay. Final Overtime Rule Provisions […]

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Proposed EEO-1 Reporting: What You Need to Know

Earlier this year, the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) proposed that some employers be required to submit employee pay data in a new EEO-1 report. This data would help the EEOC enforce federal pay discrimination laws and cut down on discriminatory pay practices within the workplace. If approved, the new EEO-1 report would go into effect for […]

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Get Ready: New Overtime Rules Likely Here Soon

The Department of Labor’s proposed overtime rule may go into effect as early as June 2016. By now, you probably know about the Department of Labor’s (DOL) proposed overtime rule, which would change current regulations and allow more previously exempt employees to receive overtime pay. While employers and lawmakers expected to see the new ruling in […]

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Don’t Become a Victim: Learn How You Can Prevent Payroll Tax Fraud

If you haven’t heard by now, the City of Trenton and other companies are claiming to be the latest victims of payroll tax fraud, alleging that their payroll provider failed to remit their payroll taxes to the government. Read the full story here. Who’s At Risk for Payroll Tax Fraud? Unfortunately, payroll tax fraud isn’t limited to […]

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Forms 1095-B and 1095-C Not Required to File Tax Returns

With the IRS’ recent extension of some ACA reporting requirements, including the deadline by which health coverage providers and employers must furnish employees with Forms 1095-B and 1095-C, many are left wondering if they must wait to receive these forms before filing their taxes. According to the IRS, individuals do not have to have Forms 1095-B/C […]

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Form I-9: Five Things You May Be Doing Wrong

You found the right candidate for the position, made an offer, and they accepted. Now it’s day one on the job and you have them filling out the required I-9. Before you check their documents and file away their form, make sure you’re not putting your company at risk. Federal law requires all employers to […]

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