Can Cutting Employee’s Hours due to Health Care Violate Federal Law

Many businesses have stated their plans to reduce employees hours to less than 30 hours per week as a way to take shelter from some of the new provisions of the Affordable Care Act.  Is it possible that this cost saving strategy could violate federal law?  This article gives some incite to the potential ramifications of this strategy.

How cutting employee’s hours may violate federal law.

MARCH MADNESS!

March-MadnessHere come March Madness and here comes a slowdown in production.  It is estimated that employers stand to lose more than $100 Million in lost wages during the first two days of the tournament alone.  Extra strain on company servers from streaming games to interoffice banter about who has the best bracket.  But is it all bad?  Click here to find out: March Madnesshttp://www.hrmorning.com/march-madness-hr/