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Youth Employment Compliance

Today’s Lesson: Youth Employment Recruiting and Compliance

With Memorial Day having marked the unofficial start of summer, many employers are hoping to benefit from an influx in the availability of minor employees at the close of the school year to help fill seasonal jobs and/or entry-level roles for which it has been difficult to find available candidates… Read More

Maine Labor Law Alert: New Posting Requirement

The Maine Department of Labor has issued an update to its Labor Law Posting requirements.  The change includes a Stop Human Trafficking notice, which will become a mandatory posting requirement effective August 2, 2018.  The revision date for the posting is May 24, 2018. A copy of the new posting… Read More


Skilled Labor Workers

6 Tips for Recruiting in the World of Skilled Labor Shortages

While a low unemployment rate can create a great boost for the economy and thus strong business growth, for many employers it also translates to trouble in finding enough workers to keep up with growing business demands.  After decades of pushing would-be workers entering the workforce toward a career paths… Read More


Employer Questions 2018 W4

The 2018 IRS Form W-4 Has Been Released. Now What Should Employers Do?

On February 28th, the IRS released the much-anticipated Form W-4 for 2018.  The updated form incorporates changes based upon the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act legislation passed in December 2017 with a number of provisions that went into effect January 1, 2018, including an overhaul of the withholding tax… Read More


OSHA Accident Free Workplace

How Safe is Your Workplace? It’s Time to Tell OSHA.

Most private employers with 10 or more employees who do not fall within a low risk industry (click here for a list of industries partially exempt from recordkeeping) are required to maintain records of any and all work-related illnesses or injuries using OSHA Form 301: Injury and… Read More