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Holiday Survey 2018

In an effort to share best practices on which holidays companies across the state are observing we have compiled the data from participants for our 2018 Holiday Survey! Click here to review the 2018 Holiday Survey The Data Compiled Includes New Year’s Day 2017 Martin Luther King Day […]

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Heard on the Hotline: Intermittent FMLA Tracking

Q. We have an employee on intermittent FMLA leave.  How do we track how much FMLA leave he has used? A. The FMLA regulations talk in terms of a week and prorating the 12 weeks of leave based on the individual’s absence. For example, a person who […]

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New Form I-9 News + Audit How To’s

New Form I-9 News + Audit How To’s

The United States Citizenship & Immigration Services (USCIS) has launched an updated I-9 Form, effective for use beginning July 17, 2017. All employers must use the updated I-9 Form no later than September 18, 2017. Read further for details on the new 2017 revisions, plus tips for […]

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FLSA: Vacation & Final Pay

While the FLSA sets minimum wage and overtime standards, plus regulates the employment of minors, there are a number of employment practices which FLSA does not regulate. Read more on the Purpose of FLSA in our previous blog.   There are many topics involving wage & hour […]

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Florida Wage & Salary Survey 2017 Launched!

See below for an excerpt from EAF’s 2017 Florida Wage & Salary Survey. The entire publication is exclusively available to members of EAF. To learn more about EAF and how to access your complete copy of the survey, please check out our member benefits or contact us today!  Includes […]

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Heard on the Hotline: Assigning Points & ADA Accommodation

An employer has a no-fault point based attendance policy. Employees are given points when they miss work. An employee tells them the reason for missing work is due to a medical condition.   “Can the employer give that employee points due to attendance issues? Is not giving […]

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Accessible Technology & Your Workplace

The U.S. Department of Labor’s Office of Disability Employment Policy’s Partnership on Employment & Accessible Technology (PEAT) has launched a new program from the Section 508 refresh to progress around Section 501. The regulatory landscape around accessible information and communications technology (ICT) is ever evolving. To help employers, […]

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5 Costs to Analyze when converting to a PTO Plan

Many companies that currently provide traditional sick leave and vacation benefits are considering transitioning to a Paid Time Off (PTO) plan that provides paid leave in one bank.  Before making changes to your policy, you need to analyze the potential costs of transitioning to a PTO plan. […]

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Bermuda Triangle of HR: ADA – FMLA – Work Comp

One of the most difficult juggling acts the Human Resources Department is faced with is managing employee’s need for leave while staying compliant with The Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA), Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), & Workman’s Compensation (WC). To assist with this task, EAF has […]

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Is Your Facility Accessible?

In July 1990, President George H.W. Bush signed The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). This law prohibits discrimination against individuals with disabilities in places that are open to the general public. This includes schools, transportation, parks, stores, and most workplaces. The Act ensures that people with disabilities […]

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