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McCloskey Partners is Your Human Resources & Recruiting Provider
In today's competitive climate, companies
must operate within the confines of a
heavily regulated employee environment. This
includes dealing with complex laws including
ERISA, COBRA, EEOC, ADA, FMLA, FLSA, Title
VII, just to name a few.
Why Choose McCloskey Partners LLC as your Human Resource Partner? It's simple; McCloskey Partners understands that most employers don't have the time, the expertise, or the staffing resources to deal with HR issues. Noncompliance can be costly.
Do you know your State's requirement for required Rest & Meal breaks? Don't let this happen to you: Wal-Mart, in California, received a $175 million jury verdict because they violated the State's Breaks & Meal time laws.
Have you kept up with Diversity and Discrimination Training? Don't let this happen to you: Morgan Stanley, received a $46 million settlement verdict followed by a second settlement verdict for more than $16 million of a class-action because of a race discrimination claim.
Are employees classified correctly? Don't let this happen to you: Family Dollar received a $19.1 million judgment against stores for overtime pay that was due to have been paid to non-exempt (hourly) employees.
With the involvement of McCloskey Partners LLC, your risks are minimized. When you join together with us, McCloskey Partners LLC becomes an extension of your company. We are available to collaborate with you on individual issues or guide you through all of your Human Resource needs. You choose the level of partnership you want with us.
2.12.2015. Mandatory Sick
Leave Becomes the Law in
When do employers within the City of Philadelphia need to be in compliance: 90 days after Bill went into effect.
What Bill requires: The Bill requires employers with 10 or more employees, working in Philadelphia, to provide paid sick leave. Employers with less than 10 employees (for at least 40 weeks in a calendar year) are required to provide unpaid sick leave.
12.23.2014. Effective immediately, The City of Philadelphia requires businesses to provide a written notice to employees residing in Philadelphia regarding city and federal Earned Income Tax Credits (EITC) each year starting in tax year 2014. CLICK HERE
Model of Credible Coverage for Health and Prescription Group plans is due to be released to all employees by 10/15/2014.
It may be time to update your Company's employee handbook or employment applications. Contact McCloskey Partners to ensure your policies are in compliance. Many policies have changed over the last few years. Make sure you are in compliance!