Employment

DC Paid Family Leave Starts This Year

As 2020 dawns, Washington, DC employers should continue preparing for the implementation of the District’s new Paid Family Leave program. Employers began paying taxes in 2019 to fund the program, and eligible employees will be…

New Tax Year Eliminates Nonprofit Transportation Tax, Simplifies Foundation Excise Tax

2017’s Taxpayer First Act created new burdens for nonprofit organizations that provide qualified transportation benefits to their employees. These new burdens have mercifully been eliminated as part of the federal government spending legislation that was…

Get Your Business Ready – D.C. Paid Family Leave Law Implementation Begins

In February of 2017, D.C. joined seven other states in implementing a Paid Family Leave program when it passed the Universal Paid Leave Amendment Act. As one of the most progressive paid leave laws in…

U.S. Department of Labor’s New Proposed Rule on Overtime

The U.S. Department of Labor announced in March its new proposed rule to expand overtime eligibility to 1.1 million American workers. The proposal would update the regulations governing which “white collar” workers are entitled to…