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Beware: New Form I-9 Has Problem with Social Security Field

Beware: New Form I-9 Has Problem with Social Security Field                                                 The USCIS, United States Citizenship and Immigration Services, reminds employers to address the Form I-9 Glitch in the new downloaded I-9. Employers that downloaded the Form I-9 from the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) website between November 14 and... click here for more


FLSA Hours of Work Without a Section 14(c) Special Minimum Wage Certificate

Hours of Work of Consumer Workers With Disabilities Under the FLSA When There is No FLSA Section 14 Special Minimum Wage Certificate   Many community rehabilitation programs and similar programs serving consumers with significant disabilities paying commensurate wages under an FLSA Section 14 Special Minimum Wage Certificate are considering not renewing their certificate... click here for more


Government Contractor Pay Transparency Nondiscrimination Poster No Longer Required

Government Contractor Pay Transparency Nondiscrimination Rule   Poster Should Be Removed   This poster is no longer required and SHOULD BE REMOVED from all work places. Congress passed a bill under the Congressional Review Act, CRA, nullifying the Federal Contractor Pay Transparancy and Black Listing Rule, issued by the Obama Administration. The bill also... click here for more


USDOL Issues Proposed Rule: Nondiscrimination and Equal Opportunity WIOA

USDOL Issues Proposed Rule: Nondiscrimination and Equal Opportunity WIOA Treats Segregated Centers as Discrimination Deadline for Comments: March 28, 2016   The U.S. Department of Labor's Civil Rights Center published January 26, 2016, a Notice of Proposed Rulemaking, NPRM, to provide important updates to the existing nondiscrimination and equal opportunity regulations of the Workforce... click here for more


U.S. Court of Appeals Upholds Domestic Employee-Companion Rule

U.S. Court of Appeals Unanimously Upholds Domestic Employee DOL Rule The Department of Labor issued the Home Care Final Rule to extend minimum wage and overtime protections to almost 2 million home care workers. We believe the Rule is the right policy—both for those employees, whose demanding work merits these fundamental... click here for more


Not Renewing a Section 14c Certificate Could Prove Costly - Hours Work Changes

Thinking of Not Renewing Your Certificate - Think It Through Alternate Activities Can Become Hours Worked Without a Certificate                     With the political climate and the prospect of elimination of commensurate wages in the future, some organizations are considering not renewing their FLSA Section 14( c) Special Minimum Wage certificate and just... click here for more


New FMLA Forms Published May 2015

New FMLA Forms – May 2015   The USDOL Wage Hour Division has published new FMLA forms for employers to use with the Family and Medical Leave Act. The forms released in late May 2015 replace all previously published forms. Most changes are minor and primarily update the forms. While the forms... click here for more


State Minimum Wage Rates

The following states and D.C. currently have state minimum wage rates higher than the Federal FLSA, $7.25, minimum wage. States with scheduled increases have the new rate and effective date listed. States with annual increases based on the CPI are not shown. This information is believed accurate. However, you should... click here for more


Affordable Care Act Employee Notification Forms & Guidance Packet

The ACA amended the FLSA Section 18B to require all employers subject to the FLSA, regardless of size, to notify all employees about three provisions of the Affordable Care Act and their health coverage. MKAI has placed in one PDF file, our explanation, the USDOL Technical Guidance, the model notification... click here for more


New Definition for Hours of Work Results in Violations - Employers Take Heed!

In a recent case before the U.S. Supreme court has revised and expanded the definition of hours of work under the Fair Labor Standards Act, FLSA. The USSC has ruled that the work day begins with the first “principal activity” and work day continues until the employee is released and... click here for more


Break Time for Nursing Mothers under the FLSA

Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, “PPACA” Break Time for Nursing Mothers under the FLSA This fact sheet provides general information on the break time requirement for nursing mothers in the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (“PPACA”), which took effect when the PPACA was signed into law on March 23, 2010... click here for more



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