Month: August 2022

What You Need To Know About Family Medical Leave In 2022

Family medical leave became law in 1993 when the federal Family Medical Leave Act (FMLA) was passed. It provided 12 weeks of unpaid, job-protected leave to care for newborns or seriously ill family members for employees who have worked at least a year for an employer with 50 or more employees. Since then, the American workforce has changed significantly, and these provisions do not meet the current needs of most family units. As a result, many states have passed or are considering legislation to…

Payroll And The Gig Economy In 2022

The gig economy differs from the world of traditional full-time jobs that consist of the basic 9 to 5 schedule to employees who prefer temporary and flexible jobs. Gig workers are individuals who pursue these types of jobs, often applying for a temporary independent contractor or freelance position. Many of these employees prefer to work on their own flexible schedules in various environments.