KPA HR Newsletter — October 24, 2017

by Jill Schaefer on October 25, 2017

Hey Oh! New IRS 1094 & 1095 Forms — Read More

At this point in the year, it’s not too soon to think about year end. The IRS recently updated its 1094 and 1095 forms. Get the scoop on what changed.

More Engaging Employee Communications? Yes, Please — Read More

People have shorter attention spans than goldfish! Less than 8 seconds to be exact. This means you have your work cut out for you when you’re communicating with employees. Break through the clutter.

October 2017 Regulatory Updates — Read More


– Revised EEO-1 Sunk, Pay Equality Heats Up
– What DACA Demise Means for Employers
– DOL Overtime Rule Overruled


– CT: Expanded Protections for Pregnant Employees and Veterans
– MD: Prince George County Increases Minimum Wage
– MS: Legislature Invalidates Cities’
Minimum Wages
– NV: Pregnant Workers Fairness Act
Now in Effect
– OR: Salary History Inquires Banned; No Cell Phones While Driving; ERIC Notices Required

Ask the HR Expert — Get the Answer

Q: Can we terminate an employee effective November 1 if he does not return from his FMLA leave?

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FMLA & Your Organization, October 31, 2017

Ho, Ho, Whoa! Keeping Holiday Parties, Gifting & Religious Accommodations in Perspective, November 16, 2017

End-of-the-Year Reporting Bonanza, November 30, 2017


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Jill SchaeferKPA HR Newsletter — October 24, 2017