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Compliance Newsletter April 2010

EVENTS:

Free Webinar: Advanced Wage and Hour Law
Free Webinar: Tax Credits for Dealerships
Free Webinar: Accident Investigation
Free Webinar: Employee vs. Independent Contractor

IN THIS ISSUE:

Healthcare Reform
Tax Credits
New Floor Safety Standard

Compliance Blog

  Automotive Social Media
Tip of the Month
HR Regulatory Update

Free HR Webinar
Advanced Wage and Hour Law

Don't be a target for an FLSA investigation or employee lawsuit.

Date: Thursday, April 8, 2010

In this webinar you will learn:
- How to minimize your exposure to state and federal violations.
- State vs. Federal Law.
- Best practices for wage payment.
- Wage deduction, legal and fair.

Presented by: Jim Hendricks Partner, Ford and Harrison LLP 

Healthcare Reform- What Employers Need to Know Now

Healthcare reform (Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act of 2010 and the Healthcare and Education Affordability Reconciliation Act) is now the law of the land. Learn more about the provisions that will impact employers the most.

Read more>>

Offset Your Labor Costs with Tax Credits

Are you taking full advantage of available tax credits to offset labor costs? KPA has partnered with Tax Break LLC to offer a fully integrated tax credit processing program for HotlinkHR™ clients. Learn how your business can take advantage of tax credits t significantly offset labor costs.

Read the full article

Free EHS Webinar:
Save Money with Accident Investigation and Root Cause Analysis

Learn from your mistakes with these basic accident prevention strategies

Date: Thursday, April 22, 2010

This webinar will cover the importance of the accident investigation process, and basic root cause analysis techniques to help managers spot and prevent recurring employee injuries in the workplace. Performing these basic best practices after each accident helps to identify hazards, improve policies, and keep your employees safe, while improving your bottom line.

Presented by: Peter Zaidel, EHS Product Manager

 

Free Webinar: Easy Money: Tax Credits for Dealerships
Date: Thursday, April 15, 2010
Take advantage of tax credits for your business, including new Stimulus Tax Credits.

 

Free HR Webinar: Employee vs. Independent Contractor: How to Tell the Difference
Date: Thursday, April 29, 2010
Make sure you are following the law when evaluating Employees vs. Independent Contractors.

 

TK Carsites PartnerAutomotive Social Media, Explained (briefly)
Unlike most forms of marketing, Social Media stands alone as a debatable venue. Many believe it is the future of marketing and advertising and that those who take advantage of it now will be able to grow in their presence more quickly. Others see it as a fad, a questionable arena where there are more risks than rewards.
Read more>>

Compliance BlogSubscribe for the Latest Compliance Info
It’s easy to keep up with the most dealer relevant EHS and HR compliance news with a subscription to KPA’s blog and RSS feed. Get the latest news, helpful commentary and expert advice. 
Read the compliance blog

HR Compliance Regulatory Update
- COBRA Premium Subsidiary Extended
- President Signs Law Providing Tax Break for Employers Who Hire Unemployed Workers 
- President Announces Recess Appointment of Craig Becker to NLRB
Read the full article

Compliance Tip of the MonthTip of the month: Bloodborne Pathogens: Big Deal or No Deal?
Every first Monday, we will post a new compliance tip of the month. Come back frequently and stay compliant!
Read the compliance tip of the month

New Floor Safety Standard Released
ANSI has released the nation's first-ever official standard for the measurement of slippery surfaces. This new method is based on over a decade of research by the National Floor Safety Institute, and is designed to reduce the risk of slips and falls, the most common cause of workplace accidents. 
Read more>>


 
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