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Extension for VETS-4212

As a response to the impact of hurricanes Harvey and Irma, the Labor Department has extended the due date for the VETS-4212 until November 15th. The extension applies to all federal contractors not just those located in states impacted by the hurricanes. The extra time will give contractors time to make sure their filings are…

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Improving Employee Engagement with an HCM Solution

What makes an organization a great place to work? What makes it successful? Simply put – its people. The level in which employees engage with and recognize the goals of an organization can determine business results as well as whether those results succeed or fail. There are many ways to increase employee engagement, but how…

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EZSign Users Updated I-9 Form Available

All InfinityHR EZSign users now have access to the revised version of the Form I-9, Employment Eligibility Verification that was released by the USCIS on July 17th. Beginning on September 18th, employers must use the revised form with a revision date of 07/17/2017. Employers must continue following existing storage and retention rules for any previously…

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HR’s Role in Data Security

The world’s biggest cyber-attack on Friday, promises to create more disruption today as workers return to the desks Monday and power up their computers. The ransom-ware, called WannaCry, locks down files on an infected computer and demands $300 to restore access. Hundreds of thousands of computers have been affected so far. According to Identity Theft Resource…

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New York City Joins Massachusetts Limiting Salary History Questions

On April 5, 2017 the New City Council approved legislation to prohibit employees from asking about prospective employee’s salary history during the hiring process. Massachusetts was the first jurisdiction to ban employers from asking job applicants about salary history in order to prevent cumulative pay disparities. The theory is that this provision will prevent “carryover’…

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Weeping and Gnashing of Teeth: ACA Reporting

Many HR professionals are returning from much needed vacations (or short stints in rehab) after meeting the March 2nd deadline for providing employees their 2016 Form 1095-C, Employer-Provided Health Insurance Offer and Coverage. Welcome back. Unfortunately we don’t have any good news on the ACA reporting front. The House Republicans have introduced the American Health Care…

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Take your manual I-9 process digital

Beginning January 22nd, 2017, employers must use the 11/14/2016 N version of Form I-9 Employment Eligibility Verification. With the additional layer of complexity to this ongoing requirement, it’s a perfect time to move your manual I-9 process into the digital realm. Let InfinityHR help you stay compliant and improve your onboarding process. InfinityHR’s brand-new native…

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ACA Reporting Making System Corrections

During this webinar,InfinityHR will share insight into the reporting challenges when receiving notification from the IRS that a specific EIN has been “accepted with errors.” Topics will include: Most common error and definitions of each Corrections to 1094 and 1095 excel templates Process for dealing with “Accepted with Errors” submissions and how to resubmit System…

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My Favorite Moment: Sage Summit

Sage CEO, Stephen Kelly asked Sir Richard Branson at the conclusion of their talk to leave us with a golden nugget from his experience that he’d like to share with all of us. Branson told this story: I’ll go back to my childhood. My Mum, if I ever said ill about somebody…she would make me…

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