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IRS Withdraws Proposed Regs

IRS Withdraws Proposed Regs

The IRS announced it will withdraw proposed regulations relating to nondiscrimination requirements in retirement plans which would have made it much harder for small businesses to keep or form new retirement plans.

NSBA Past Chairman Gary Kushner played an instrumental role in scoring this major win for small businesses retirement plans and the employees who benefit from them.

DoL’s Final Fiduciary Rule Released

Last week, the DOL issued a final rule covering “fiduciary” investment advisors which will now be held to a higher standard than what most retirement advisers adhere to today.

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Final Silica Rule Released

DOL has released its final silica rule which would reduce the permissible exposure limit for respirable crystalline silica but exempts certain construction companies.

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NSBA Comments on EEOC Pay Data Collection Proposal

NSBA recently submitted comments to the EEOC on their proposal to collect pay data from employers with more than 100 employees to identify possible pay discrimination.

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DOL Publishes Final Persuader Rule

Last week, the DOL issued the long-awaited final persuader rule that will require public disclosure of any consultants that employers hire to assist in union organizing.

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NSBA Letter on Joint Employer Rule

NSBA submitted a letter to the DOL regarding their interpretation on joint employment which could broaden business liability to employees of other firms.

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Overtime Rule Sent to OMB

Yesterday, the DOL sent their major overtime rule to the Office of Management and Budget for final approval, expediting the timeline by when a final rule is expected.

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NLRB’s Ambush Elections Latest Statistics

The National Labor Relations Board’s (NLRB’s) Ambush Election rule became effective on April 14, 2015 and implemented sweeping changes to union elections. Moreover, the rule considerably shortened the average time between the date of a petition being filed by a union and the date of election. This change substantially impacts the employer’s ability to conduct […]

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DOL Requires Paid Sick Leave for Fed. Contractors

On Feb. 24, the DOL issued a proposed rule, with a meager 30-day comment period, that requires federal contractors to provide at least seven paid sick days per year.

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NSBA’s 2016 Legislative Outlook

NSBA has compiled a list of the key issues facing small business that Congress may address in its shortened 2016 legislative calendar.

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