The payroll tax deferral program offers scant help for workers and could obligate employers to pay taxes that employees do not repay in 2021.
Evictions halted until July 10 in Pennsylvania
High-Risk workers have special concerns when asked to return to work.
Parents with young children face challenges when asked to return to work.
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The Coronavirus, Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act will give Americans a one-time cash benefit based on their adjusted gross income. Whether you are employed full time or part time, a gig worker, unemployed, or retired, you are likely eligible for a stimulus payment. Data from your 2019 tax return will be used to determine
The Coronavirus, Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act makes unemployment compensation benefits available for persons not traditionally eligible (self-employed, independent contractors, those with limited work history, and others) who are unable to work as a direct result of the COVID public health emergency.
The recent stimulus law creates a great opportunity for anyone thinking of starting a new business and using retirement funds as seed money
Late last year, the Pennsylvania House of Representatives introduced legislation to ban non-compete agreements between employers and their employees, citing the Commonwealth’s “strong interest in promoting unrestricted trade and mobility of employees in the work force as well as promoting businesses’ abilities to seek the best qualified candidates for employment.” A non-compete agreement, or covenant
According to the 2017 Annual Report of Workers Compensation and Workplace Safety published by the PA Department of Labor, there were 174,216 cases reported in 2017. There were 159, 170 injuries in 2016. That’s an increase of 15,046. 2017 was the second highest number of reported injuries in the last ten years. Over that time,