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Holiday Survey 2017

  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 2017 Holiday Survey! Click here to review the 2017 Holiday Survey The Data Compiled Includes New Year’s Day 2017 Martin Luther King

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ACA, PENALTIES, AND NEXT STEPS – Are you prepared?

ACA, PENALTIES, AND NEXT STEPS Recently, Medcom, EAF’s endorsed benefits administration provider, updated members on next steps now that employers have finished their first required completion and submission of the 1094 and 1095 forms and are now grappling with the first round of penalties that have been

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EAF Excerpt: 2016 Florida Wage & Salary Survey

Includes data from over 135 companies Reporting data on 250+ jobs   Click below for an excerpt from EAF’s 2016 Florida Wage & Salary Survey regarding average pay rates & college hiring rates. The entire publication is exclusively available to members of EAF. To learn more about EAF and

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EAF Unity and Concern for Orlando

Our Thoughts are with you Orlando… It was with great sorrow that we awoke yesterday to news of the tragic shooting that occurred in Orlando in the early hours of the morning. Our hearts go out to those who are mourning the loss of loved ones whose

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DOL Announces New Overtime Rules

NEW FLSA REGULATIONS:  WHAT IT MEANS FOR YOU!  The Department of Labor (DOL) released final regulations regarding the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) “white collar” exemptions regarding overtime rules. >> Jump to our contact form to receive more info on EAF membership.  Here is what you need

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HR GOALS 2016

  Recently, attorney Aaron Zandy of FordHarrison LLP gave a presentation to a large group of HR professionals entitled The Ultimate Legal/HR Audit:  An HR Attorney’s Perspective. During his presentation, he explained what he would do if he were taking over the HR function at a company. 

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ARE YOU READY FOR 2016?

2015 has flown by and all indications show that 2016 is going to speed by just as quickly.  Now is the time to make sure you’ve updated your 2016 schedule to make sure you don’t miss any important compliance dates and/or HR administration deadlines.  Additionally, there are some

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Holiday Pay

  This is the time of year when many employers close their facilities in observance of year-end holidays. These holiday closures can create confusion about how to compensate employees.  Although private employers generally aren’t required to pay employees when they perform no work, most organizations recognize that

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TIS THE SEASON FOR COLDS AND FLU

We all know that employee…the one who comes to work wheezing, sneezing, sniffling, and coughing thus re-gifting his germs to his coworkers.  Employees, especially those in tight quarters, end up with a seemingly never-ending cycle of passing colds and the flu from one person to the other.

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12 Weeks of FMLA

The Family & Medical Leave Act (FMLA) requires companies with 50 or more employees to provide eligible employees with 12 weeks of unpaid leave to care for themselves or a child, spouse, or parent that has a serious health condition or to prepare for and be with

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