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Don't Forget - Companies Should Start Using the New I-9 Form Starting Monday, September 18, 2017

Posted by M&H HR Support on Sep 16 2017
 


Starting Monday, September 18, employers must use the revised Form I-9 for all new hires.  The revision date of the new form is 7/17/17. The new I-9 form can be found by visiting  the USCIS website or by clicking here for the form.

You can visit USCIS’s I-9 Central to learn more about the changes. 

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Topics: Common Questions, HR

IRS Extension of QSEHRA Notice

Posted by Kevin Quigley on Sep 12 2017

 Are you are an employer with less than 50 employees, not subject to ACA coverage requirements, and do not offer a group health plan to any employees? If so then you can offer pre-tax contribution for insurance premiums and health expenses to eligible employees, know as a Qualified Small Employer Health Reimbursement Arrangement (QSEHRA). QSEHRA is a useful option for small business owners, and makes it easier to reimburse employees for individual insurance plans on a pre-tax basis. 

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Topics: Employee Benefits, ACA Compliance

8 Ways An Employee Handbook Can Create a Great Workplace

Posted by Kevin Quigley on Apr 26 2017
 Source -The HR Support Center
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5 Challenges of 2017

Posted by Kevin Quigley on Feb 22 2017

A new administration changes the business environment, and action may be required to protect your business and employees. As many of the former administration’s health care initiatives are being rolled back or halted, employers are in an uncertain place in regard to compliance regulations and reform laws. This infused complication comes in addition to the already complicated day-to-day tasks of an organization. Here are 5 key challenges to be aware of this year:

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Is Your HR Team Aware of the OSHA 300A Change?

Posted by Kevin Quigley on Jan 31 2017

The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) requires certain employers to electronically submit injury and illness information that has been previously recorded on the onsite OSHA Injury and Illness forms. OSHA will provide a secure website that offers three different options for data entry. They include: manual data entry on a webform, uploading a CSV file, and transmitting data electronically via an API (application programming interface).

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Topics: HR, Forms

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