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Tip Money

Could Tip Pooling Law Changes Affect Your Payroll?

On July 20, 2017, the US Department of Labor announced plans to rescind regulations limiting which staff members restaurant owners could include in tip pooling arrangements.  Under the previous 2011 stipulation, “back of the house” employees such as cooks and dishwashers, could not participate in employee tip pools.  The restriction… Read More

Form I-9 Compliance

New I-9 Form Released by USCIS Required for All New Hires

On 7/17/2017, U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) released a revised version of the I-9 form.  The new I-9 form replaces the previous version dated 11/14/2016 and must be used starting 9/18/2017. Changes to the form include: Updating reference to Office of Special Counsel for Immigration-Related Unfair Employment Practices to… Read More

New Employee Onboarding

10 Tips to Make a Great First Impression When Onboarding New Employees

Congratulations!  In today’s competitive labor market, after a harrowing recruitment process, you have succeeded in attracting an ideal candidate to join your team.  After such a significant investment of time and resources, ensuring a successful employee onboarding experience is beneficial to both your new employee and your company as… Read More

Labor Law Regulations

Update to Mandatory New Hampshire Labor Law Posters

To inform employees of their rights and remedies available pursuant to New Hampshire law, the state requires employers to post in conspicuous areas within their place of employment the following mandatory labor law posters: Workers’ Compensation Law (obtain from insurance carrier) Protective Legislation Law Criteria… Read More