Let's take a look at the main components of the U.S. House of Representatives legislation known as the American Health Care Act (AHCA).
May is a busy month for the KardasLarson team! Here's a list of all of our events going on around the state this month. We'd love for you to join us!
The federal DOL has requested another 60-day delay to submit its final brief to the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals for the pending DOL Overtime rule.
On May 18th, Nick Daukas and Maribeth Martino come together to share their experience in human resources, hiring compliance and business operations.
Managing Partner Nick Daukas will be speaking on HR Compliance in 2017 at the annual Hartford HR Summit on Thursday, March 9th. The event will be held from 2-5PM at The Society Room in Hartford. For more information and to register for this free event visit http://hartfordhrsummit.com/.
Effective January 22, a new I-9 must be used by all employers. This new I-9 is "smart" providing fillable, interactive options enabling users to complete the fields of the form before printing and signing a hard copy. The newest version of the Form I-9 has been made available by the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services [...]
Each year eligible employers must post the OSHA 300A summary page in their work spaces between February 1 and April 30 each year. This form and other required OSHA Forms are available at: kardaslarson.com/downloads.
We are thrilled to announce that Leesa Schipani, SHRM-SCP has been named as a partner effective January 1, 2017. Leesa joined KardasLarson in June of 2014 as a consultant and quickly progressed to Training & Development Practice Leader. She is a strong leader, a top producer and an invaluable asset to the firm and our [...]
Come see Nick and Leesa at the Connecticut Council of Small Towns' (COST) annual Town Meeting on Wednesday, January 11! We will be exhibiting at the Town Hall Exhibitor's Fair throughout the event. For more information and to register, click here.
Congress has passed the CURE Act, and President Obama has signed the legislation. This change effects small employers which do not meet the "large employer" definition under the Affordable Care Act (fewer than 50 FTEs), and do not offer group health plans. Under the provision, employees may use qualifying HRAs to purchase coverage in the [...]