Federal employment law chart
As a small business owner, there are many things that need to be kept track of. Making sure the company is financially solvent, that you have what you need to deliver on time and on budget to your customers, and staying on top of the things that you need to stay in business legally is a full-time job in itself, never mind paying attention to the federal employee law chart. The new changes in what is required for health insurance for employees as a result of the Affordable Healthcare Act that was signed into law in 2010, AKA Obama Care, brought fresh new worries for the entrepreneur in terms of what is necessary in order to avoid fines and penalties. Still not sure of what is required? You are not alone. Worst yet, what you need to offer is affected by how many employees you have.

Is The Federal Employment Law Chart So Complicated?

Hopefully the issues surrounding legal requirements are not keeping you up at night, but if they are, there is help for the entrepreneur just trying to run a solid business and keep up with the laws that govern what he or she has to do to stay compliant. Let’s take a look at a few key things:
  • You will always have to follow the laws governing fair labor practices
  • Avail yourself your state’s laws concerning minimum wage requirements
  • The more employees you have, the more requirements you will need to comply with
  • OSHA requirements around safety will always apply, no matter what
  • There are regulations to consider if you are pursuing Government contracts
Claiming ignorance is no excuse. The law will hold you accountable if you are found in violation. Many times, it is because of an unforeseen circumstance that lands you in trouble. It behooves you to know ahead of time what you need to do to protect yourself, your business and your employees.

When To Decide To Seek Help

There is assistance for those who decide to seek help with Human Resources. No matter how small of a business you have, there is always help for those who need it. A PEO service is a very valuable solution to a human resource conundrum. They will take the guess work out of what you need to know and do in order to be compliant with federal employment law chart regarding your workplace. When you use a PEO service, they basically take on the burden of your human resource department. They hire your employees and lease them back to you so, you can enjoy all of the benefits of your own workforce without having to be concerned about federal employment law chart or health insurance issues brought on because of the Affordable Healthcare Act. If you are not sure of what a PEO service is, and how they can help you with the federal employment law chart issues that affect your business, talk to a PEO broker. They are someone who can walk you through how it all works and help you select the right one for you. If nothing else, you will come away with some assurance as to whether or not you are doing the things you need to keep your business legally healthy.

If you’d like to find out more about how PEOs can help you provide great benefits and payroll management at less than you are paying now, contact us today for a free consultation.

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