August 2022


 

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ADP TotalSource info on important California Time and Labor issues

You talked. We listened.

 

You’ve told us navigating California’s Time and Labor management (TLM) compliance is of the utmost importance to you. Below is information on three key items related to California TLM: Meal period requirements, auto-deduct meals and meal rounding.

Introducing digital, on-demand workers’ compensation certificates of insurance (COI) for you

Beginning in June, ADP TotalSource will be able to provide you with access to a digital, on-demand workers’ compensation COIs 24/7/365 – through our new ADP TotalSource Partner, Marsh Affinity (a division of Marsh USA Inc.). Additional certificates and documents will also be available through the digital experience.

Memorial Day – Bank closure: payroll schedule

ADP TotalSource® would like to remind you that The Federal Reserve and ADP offices will be closed on Monday, May 30, 2022 in observance of Memorial Day.

Temporary policy on expired I-9 documents will end soon

The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) has announced that a temporary policy regarding expired documents used for Form I-9 purposes will end on April 30, 2022. The I-9 is used to verify a new hire's identity and work authorization.

Final Pay: 'When is an employee's final paycheck due?' and other FAQs

When an employee leaves your company, you have a responsibility to ensure that they receive their final pay in accordance with federal and state law. Generally, these laws dictate when you must provide the employee with their final pay, where it must be delivered, and what the pay must include. Below, we provide answers to frequently asked questions about final pay.

California SB 1159 quarterly reminder: It's the law. What do you need to do?

ADP® is committed to assist in keeping your company up-to-date and compliant. SB 1159 does not expire until Jan. 1, 2023. For more information on SB 1159, please review this Legal Alert.

EEO-1 reporting to begin soon for covered employers

The U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) has announced that it is tentatively scheduled to begin accepting EEO-1 reports for 2021 via its portal on April 12, 2022 and the deadline for submitting an EEO-1 report for 2021 is June 21, 2022.

4 Warning signs an employee plans to quit—and What to do about it

The costs associated with recruiting and training a new employee can be significant, especially for roles that require more experience. This even more true now because of the difficulty many employers are experiencing when trying to fill open positions. That's why retaining your employees is so important right now. To help you manage costly turnover, here are some warning signs that an employee is about to leave—and what you can do about it.=

Last steps for your 2021 ACA filing!

If you are an Applicable Large Employer (ALE) who has acknowledged your 2021 ACA Reporting by the Jan. 20, 2022, deadline, transmission of your 2021 ACA filings is complete. It is now time to download and save your ACA filing data in a safe and secure way for record retention purposes.  Since these are tax documents, please retain them as you would for any other tax document.

Reminder - EEO Commission is tentatively scheduled to open their portal on Tuesday, April 12

Why are you getting this? All ADP TotalSource clients have the probability of meeting the minimum requirements to submit the mandatory EEO-1 report to the EEOC. If you do not meet the minimum requirements, you may disregard this communication.

Tuesday, April 12, 2022 the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (“EEOC”) is tentatively scheduled to open their portal in order for you to file your 2021 EEO-1 Component 1 report.

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