One of C2’s federal contracting clients called last week seeking guidance regarding a female employee who had alleged that her […]
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Zika Virus Has Arrived in the United States – What Should Employers Do?
One of C2’s longstanding government contracting employers recently won additional work from its government client and was in the process […]
Do U.S. Employment Laws Apply To Employees Overseas?
Recently, one of our government contracting clients called to discuss a harassment complaint they had received from an employee working […]
Vacation Pay and the Service Contract Act – Are You Compliant?
The McNamara-O’Hara Service Contract Act (SCA) requires contractors and subcontractors performing services on federal contracts valued in excess of $2,500 […]
Preventing Discrimination Claims : An Ounce Of Prevention is Worth A Pound Of Cure
Like all HR professionals, C2 frequently receives calls from clients that begin with: “I just have a quick question about […]
Navigating the Murky Waters of Worker Misclassification
Many employers are moving work towards independent contractors, rather than hiring traditional employees. This arrangement is particularly attractive for federal […]
Employers: Don’t Get Hung Up on Jury Duty Leave
Last week one of C2’s small government contracting clients called because an employee had received a grand jury duty summons […]
Considering Reducing Employee Hours to Avoid Affordable Care Act Compliance? Think Again
The Affordable Care Act (ACA) is in full swing. Companies should have provided employees with their 1095 forms for 2015 […]
Recruiting Essentials For Federal Contractors
Effective recruiting is important for any business. But recruiting is even more essential for federal contractors, whose ability to find […]
Enrich Your Benefits Without Breaking Your Bottom Line
In today’s job market, U.S. employees have grown increasingly accustomed to generous benefits programs. But employee benefits were not a […]
This Human Resource Conundrum: Inclement Weather and the impact on your business
The Washington D.C. region recently dug out from a winter storm that dropped over 30 inches in some areas. The […]
HR Changes: What’s Coming in 2016 and What’s Already Here?
With 2016 now upon us, this is a good time to evaluate what new HR laws, rules, and regulations will […]