Paycheck Withholdings, E-Verify Back Online, Student Loan Assistance, and More

Employers Should Urge Employees to Review Paycheck Withholding w2

Experts are urging employers to use W-2 season as a time to advise employees to review their paycheck withholding and submit a new W-4 form. The Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) cautions that changes under the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act may cause employees to find they under-withheld for 2018, resulting in an unexpected tax bill.

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E-Verify Back Onlinewoman at computer

U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (UCIS) has announced that E-Verify is again online and operational. JD Supra has shared UCIS’s announcement that “employers who participate in E-Verify must create an E-Verify case by February 11, 2019 for each employee hired while E-Verify was not available”.

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Survey Says Student Loan Assistance Key Millennial Attraction & Retention Toolstacking money

A recent survey conducted by fintech startup Self Lender found that 60 percent of millennials surveyed with student loan debt would give up other benefits in exchange for student loan repayment assistance from their employer. Human Resource Executive Online reports that working from home was the number one benefit millennials were willing to trade to gain debt repayment assistance.

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California: Updated Harassment Training Guidelines Releasedcalifornia

The Department of Fair Employment and Housing (DFEH) has released updated guidance on California’s expanded legislation requiring employers with five or more employees to provide sexual harassment and abusive conduct training for supervisors and non-managerial employees.

The guidance includes clarification on required training content, details surrounding timing for completion, and specifications on re-training. Employers should note that all employees must be trained by January 1, 2020 even if they received training in 2018.

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OperationsInc Celebrates 18 Years in Businessoperationsinc team 2018

OperationsInc, a national provider of Human Resources, Payroll, Talent Acquisition (Recruiting), and Training and Development Services celebrated its eighteenth anniversary this week.

The Norwalk-based HR outsourcing and consulting firm, which was founded as a one-person consultancy by CEO David Lewis in 2001, has grown to employ more than 90 individuals and supports a base of over 1,600 clients.

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Ban the Box Law Effective March 3rd in Westchester Countyjob application screen

Beginning March 3, 2019, employers in Westchester County, NY will be prohibited from inquiring about an employee or candidate’s criminal history under the new Westchester Ban the Box law. Businesses with employees in this location should review relevant employment applications and other applicable documents to ensure compliance.

For more information on this legislation, please click here.

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New York State Anti-Harassment Training Requirement

All New York employers are required to provide Anti-Harassment Training to all employees by the newly announced deadline of October 9, 2019. 

OperationsInc is providing private and public offerings to fulfill this requirement, providing both online and in-person options.


ACA Reporting Services Still Open

OperationsInc’s ACA Reporting Services are still open, but time and space are running out fast. Contact us today to secure your spot.¬†

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