KPA HR Newsletter — January 9, 2018

by Jill Schaefer on January 9, 2018

Happy New Year!

Out with the old and in with the new! Certainly, with new and revised regulations going into effect in 2018, there are new HR documents to update. Thankfully, this easy with KPA! For example, all the new 2018 minimum wage posters are already updated in HRDrive and available when you need them!

Hello 2018! Minimum Wage Increases in 18 States — Read More

Find out which states have 2018 minimum wage increases.

January 2018 Regulatory Updates — Read More

– Employer ACA Reporting Deadline Extended
– Pay or Play Notices
– Joint Employer Redefined
– How New Tax Law Affects Employee Benefits
– ERISA Fiduciary Rule Delayed
– Social Security Base Wage Up to $128,700

IL: “Hands Off, Pants On” in Chicago
– MD: New Paid Safe Time Law in Prince George’s County
– NV: Victims of Domestic Abuse Leave Began January 1, 2018
NY: Family Paid Leave Act in Effect January 1, 2018
– OR: Sick Time Law in Effect
– TN: No Firearms Notice Grace Period Ends
– WA: Paid Sick Leave Started January 1, 2018; Seattle Sick Leave Changes

Ask the HR Expert — Get the Answers

Q: We have an employee who is on our medical/dental plan. He went on a 3-month sabbatical. However, upon his return, he resigned from his position. So, I have a number of questions.

1. What do we need to do about this situation in terms of benefits?

2. When should he be terminated from the benefits plan given he hasn’t worked for the last 3 months and wasn’t paying his portion of plan contributions?

3. Also, when should we issue the COBRA notice?

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Jill SchaeferKPA HR Newsletter — January 9, 2018