The PEO Industry lost one of its early pioneers

Larry Roberts Sr. a/k/a “Senior” lost his 25+ year battle with Parkinson’s Disease on Wednesday April 13, 2022 passing in his sleep. During the mid 1980’s, Senior became intrigued by an emerging industry known at the time as “Employee Leasing.” In 1987, along with his good friend, Howard Gibraltar, they launched what would eventually become […]

Workplace distractions can lead to lost productivity

Some workplace distractions and interruptions are unavoidable, but others if not properly controlled or regulated could lead to injuries, lost productivity, and a decrease in worker morale. Work interruptions are a distraction that can result in work errors or accidents. Before addressing or responding to another person, workers should shut down or disengage any work […]

Paying your employees electronically makes sense—for everyone.

Every pay day, your employees must come by the office or seek out a supervisor to receive their paycheck. Sometimes, you may not be available when they stop by or maybe the delivering of your company’s payroll package is running late causing undue frustration for your employees. The old saying that “time is money” is […]

Blow to the Biden Administration may be a blessing for large employers.

The Supreme Court issued today (Thursday, January 13th) mixed rulings in a pair of historic cases challenging the Biden Administration’s COVID-19 vaccine mandates. The Court is allowing the mandated requirement for certain health care workers to go into effect while blocking the more impactful enforcement of a mandate for businesses with 100 or more employees. […]

Potential Fines for Vaccine Mandate Noncompliance

With the Supreme Court set to make a determination on the permissibility of the Biden Administration’s Vaccine Mandate this week, many are wondering what the fines could be for noncompliance. When President Biden announced a federal COVID-19 vaccine and testing requirement for companies with 100 or more employees, legal experts had their concerns. The biggest […]

Important insights and tips regarding the Vaccine Mandate

LLRG has conducted separate meetings with employment law attorneys, OSHA representatives and HR consultants regarding the Biden Administration’s Vaccine Mandate—set to go into effect January 10, 2022. This employer regulation is to be enforced by OSHA. OSHA is set to begin enforcement of the mandate on February 9, 2022. While at the time of this […]

CDC reduces the isolation period for those COVID-19 infected and exposed

Contrary to what many might have expected, the CDC has reduced the number of days recommend for people to isolate after being infected with COVID-19 to five days from 10. This is likely due to recent research, improved pandemic-management practices and the hardships experienced by several industries as the Omicron variant continues to spread. Basically, […]

Vaccine Mandate’s fate rest with Supreme Court

The Supreme Court announced Wednesday December 22nd that it will hold a special hearing next month to hear oral arguments and will consider challenges to the Biden administration’s pandemic efforts affecting millions of workers. This is the federal nationwide vaccine and testing requirement for large employers (with 100+ employees), and a separate coronavirus vaccine mandate […]

Vaccination Mandate Update

President Biden’s vaccine and testing mandates for large businesses. The directives, which require workers at companies with more than 100 employees to either get fully vaccinated or provide negative COVID-19 test results weekly, had been temporarily blocked by a federal appeals panel in Louisiana early last month. Previously scheduled to take effect on Jan. 4, […]

OSHA suspends implementation and enforcement of Emergency Temporary Standard (ETS) on mandatory COVID-19 vaccination

On Nov. 16, 2021, the federal Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) announced it is suspending all implementation and enforcement efforts related to the Emergency Temporary Standard (ETS) on mandatory COVID-19 vaccination and testing in the workplace. The announcement follows the Nov. 12, 2021 order from the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals staying enforcement of […]