At Eiss Massillon, we work with businesses in their early stages to meet legal responsibilities before they become costly liabilities.
For small business owners, it can be hard to lose employees for an extended period of time when they have a child or suffer serious illness. Maintaining health benefits for employees on leave can be costly, especially when you have to find additional workers to cover their shifts.
As a business owner you want to make sure that you are abiding by all employment laws. As of late, you may have heard some buzz regarding overtime rules. You know that proposed changes to overtime regulations for salaried employees began in 2016 under the Obama administration. Since you employ salaried workers, you want to understand what is happening with the overtime rules.