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ADP SmartCompliance® and ADP® Benefits are Now on SAP® App Center

ADP SmartCompliance® and ADP® Benefits are Now on SAP® App Center

ADP SmartCompliance® and ADP® Benefits are now accessible on the SAP® App Center, the redesigned and consolidated digital marketplace for SAP partner offerings. The SAP App Center provides clients with access to more than 1,300 innovative partner solutions that complement and extend their SAP solutions, enabling digital transformation of their business. Specifically, SAP customers can learn more about ADP SmartCompliance solutions for employment tax, tax credits, wage garnishments and wage payments. ADP Benefits solutions for health and welfare administration, dependent verification, communication services and call center support, as well as total absence management, which provides support for leave administration, are also featured. “We are excited to have ADP SmartCompliance and ADP Benefits listed on SAP App Center. This allows SAP customers to discover these essential HR compliance solutions at a one-stop destination,” said Lori McNally, global vice president, SAP SuccessFactors Ecosystems. “With this announcement, SAP SuccessFactors is committed to making it easier for our customers to address compliance requirements and reduce risk.” “ADP is making it easier for SAP...

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Overtime Rules: Where Are They Now?

Overtime Rules: Where Are They Now?

May 2016, the Department of Labor (DOL) released a Final Rule that would have increased the minimum salary required to be exempt from overtime under the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA). However, just before the rule was to take effect, a federal judge temporarily blocked the DOL from implementing the rule. Here is an overview and update on the status of the Final Rule: Background: The FLSA requires employers to pay most employees at least the federal minimum wage for each hour worked and overtime pay for all hours worked over 40 in a workweek. The FLSA allows for exemptions for certain employees who work in administrative, professional, executive, highly compensated, outside sales, and computer professional jobs. These employees are known as “exempt” employees. To be considered “exempt,” these employees must generally satisfy three tests: Salary-level test: Employees must earn a weekly salary that meets the minimum requirements. Salary-basis test: With very limited exceptions, the employer must pay employees their full salary in any week they perform work, regardless...

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Workplace Compliance Spotlight: Health and Welfare Plan Checkup

Workplace Compliance Spotlight: Health and Welfare Plan Checkup

Health and welfare programs are core building blocks of your business. When is the last time you thought about reviewing your health and welfare plan administration from beginning to end? Have you updated your plan document to reflect how you operate your plan? As organizations focus on keeping up to date with ever changing compliance and reporting obligations such as the Affordable Care Act, it is easy to overlook basic, core plan administration compliance. An end-to-end plan administration review may seem overwhelming. However, by focusing on the more common areas that may become out of sync with plan operation, an organization can avoid some of the major compliance pitfalls. Join us on August 23rd with other business owners, HR leaders and finance execs like yourself for the next installment in our Workplace Compliance Spotlight webcast series and get critical insights and best practices on health and welfare plan compliance, such as: How plan documents might need to be updated to reflect actual operations; The most common cafeteria plan issues...

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Pay Equity: HR Compliance Trend to Watch

Pay Equity: HR Compliance Trend to Watch

Several jurisdictions are expanding and clarifying their laws prohibiting gender-based discrimination in pay, including restricting employers from making inquiries into an applicant’s pay history during the hiring process. This is because a candidate’s pay history may reflect discriminatory pay practices of a previous employer, which then could result in lower wages in the new job. While these laws differ among jurisdictions, they typically prohibit employers from seeking compensation history from an applicant or his/her current or former employer. Generally, employers are also prohibited from screening applicants based on their pay histories, including by requiring that an applicant’s prior compensation satisfy minimum or maximum criteria. The following jurisdictions have enacted these types of restrictions: Oregon (effective October 6, 2017) New York City, NY (effective October 31, 2017) Delaware (effective December 14, 2017) Massachusetts (effective July 1, 2018) San Francisco (effective July 1, 2018) Philadelphia (blocked due to pending litigation – watch for developments) If you are covered by one of these laws, remove salary history questions from application forms and...

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New Webinar Series: Workplace Compliance Spotlight

New Webinar Series: Workplace Compliance Spotlight

While employers of different sizes may sometimes not be on the same page when it comes to issues affecting them day-to-day, one issue is top of mind regardless of size: Workplace compliance. Compliance risks can mean potential exposure to legal penalties, fines and other loss if your organization fails to follow applicable laws and regulations. To complicate things, compliance requirements stemming from various human capital management-related laws, such as employment laws, taxation and data privacy, are often changing. Join us for our new Workplace Compliance Spotlight webinar series where we will focus on some top compliance trends and issues facing employers today. Our first event on July 26th will focus on Employee Handbook Best Practices. Employee handbooks help employers communicate rules, benefits and other important information to employees. An up-to-date employee handbook can help employers comply with certain requirements and can inform new hires and employees of your business’s policies and practices. However, understanding which policies to include and how to properly maintain a handbook can be a challenge....

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