Effective January 1, 2019, New York Paid Family Leave will implement important changes to both the level of benefits as well as the cost. Benefit Levels In 2019 the maximum number of weeks will increase from 8 to 10. The benefit amount will increase from 50% to 55% of an employee’s average weekly wage, subject to… Continue reading 2019 New York Paid Family Leave Changes
We live in a world where most, if not all of you, have response plans and drills in the event of an active shooter on school grounds. Those drills can be an important component of addressing risk. While the safety of students and staff are the first priority, protecting your school’s own interests are also an important… Continue reading Active Shooter Situations – Are You Covered?
The State released final versions of model policy, poster, employer toolkit, complaint form, training script and training power point on their website the afternoon of October 1, 2018. The State does plan to offer workshops and webinars. The dates for these training sessions will be announced on their website. NYS Sexual Harassment Policy Prior to the October 9,… Continue reading NYS Sexual Harassment Policy Due October 9, 2018 and Training Due October 9, 2019
The IRS has released the Forms 1094-C, 1095-C, 1095-B, and 1094-B for large employers (50+ FTEs) to report health insurance offered to employees in the 2018 calendar year. The necessary instructions for all Forms (1094-C and 1095-C as well as 1094-B and 1095-B) have also been released. Employers should work with their ACA reporting vendors on preparation for 2018… Continue reading 2018 ACA Reporting