- Washington Employers Must Collect Paid Family and Medical Leave Premiums Starting Jan. 1 December 7, 2018While paid family and medical leave (PFML) benefits do not become payable to employees until 2020, beginning January 1, 2019, Washington employers must start withholding PFML premiums equal to 0.4% of the employee’s gross wage from each employee's paycheck.
- Delaware Releases Required Sexual Harassment Information Sheet December 4, 2018Delaware has released the sexual harassment information sheet that Delaware employers must begin distributing to employees in 2019.
- NY: Minimum Salary for Administrative and Executive Overtime Exemptions Will Increase November 21, 2018The minimum salary required for administrative and executive employees to be exempt from overtime pay in New York State is set to increase.
- Westchester County, NY Passes Sick Leave Law November 16, 2018Westchester County, NY has passed a sick leave law.
- 2019 QSEHRA Contribution Limit Announced November 15, 2018The IRS has announced that the contribution limit for qualified small employer health reimbursement arrangements (QSEHRAs) will be $5,150 per employee and $10,450 per family in 2019.
- California Adjusts Overtime Exemption for Computer Software Employees November 9, 2018California has adjusted the minimum compensation rates that computer software employees must be paid to be exempt from state overtime pay requirements.
- Arkansas's Minimum Wage to Rise in 2019 November 7, 2018Effective January 1, 2019, Arkansas employers with 4 or more employees will generally be required to pay a minimum wage of at least $9.25 per hour to their regular employees and $2.63 per hour to their tipped employees.
- Missouri's Minimum Wage to Rise in 2019 November 7, 2018Effective January 1, 2019, Missouri employers will generally be required to pay a minimum wage of at least $8.60 per hour to their regular employees and $4.30 per hour to their tipped employees.
- Certain Wellness Program Incentive Limits to be Eliminated on Jan. 1 November 5, 2018Pursuant to a recent court ruling, effective January 1, 2019, certain limits on wellness program incentives will no longer be enforceable by the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC).
- Retirement Plan Contribution Limits Increased for 2019 November 2, 2018The IRS has announced that the amounts employees can contribute to 401(k)s and IRAs will increase in 2019.
Glandon Insurance was founded in 1991 by Mark Glandon.