New York State Paid Sick Leave Goes Into Effect Sept. 30, 2020

New York State Paid Sick Leave Goes Into Effect Sept. 30, 2020

New York State Paid Sick Leave New York state’s sick leave law requires employers to provide between 40 and 56 hours of paid leave per year, depending on their size. Employers with fewer than five employees and an annual income under $1 million may satisfy the law by providing unpaid leave of 40 ...
Employer’s Coronavirus Guide

Employer’s Coronavirus Guide

Employers may download our free guide below to supplement their current internal policies. This guide compiles all the latest regulatory information regarding COV-19 and puts all the links to external resources in one place. The employer can customize this guide for their company, and also includ...

Tips for Surviving Flu Season

With the new Wuhan Corona virus circulating in China, the fear of contracting any kind of virus right now is pretty high. Here are some tips for you and your family to get through flu season successfully. 1) Know your immune system The flu virus (as well as the new coronavirus) can infiltrate our...
Treating Employees Differently in Group Health Plans

Treating Employees Differently in Group Health Plans

Fully Insured Plans, Section 125 Cafeteria Plans, and Self-Funded Plans all have different guidelines surrounding which discrimination rules apply to different employees. Click the button below to download our free guide to help you navigate this issue.  
Medicare Enrollment Made Easy

Medicare Enrollment Made Easy

The Medicare Annual Election Period, which is when you can change your Medicare health or prescription drug coverage, is October 15 through December 7. With the vast amount of Medicare options, plans, and prescription drug coverages, it helps to work with an experienced and licensed Medicare agen...
New York State releases slew of employee protection laws

New York State releases slew of employee protection laws

Equal Pay Law – New Law Becomes Effective Oct. 8 Beginning Oct. 8, 2019, New York state law will prohibit employers from paying different wages to employees solely because they belong to a protected class. This means that employers must pay the same wages to employees who perform substantially s...