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 […]

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 […]

New COVID-19 federal relief and PPP loan forgiveness update

On December 27, President Donald Trump signed into law a supplemental appropriations bill that provides over $900 billion in additional COVID-19 relief, including $284 billion in added Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) funds for businesses and organizations needing an initial relief program loan or a second round of funding. Key aspects of the original PPP guidelines […]

Happy Texas Independence Day Y’all!

On this day in 1836, Texas declared its independence from Mexico. To celebrate, we have a list of fun facts about the Lone Star State. 15. The Republic of Texas had five other capital cities before settling on Austin. In order, they include Washington-on-the-Brazos, Harrisburg, Galveston, Velasco and West Columbia. Sorry, San Antonio – you were capital during Spanish and Mexican Texas, not the independence period. 14. Austin was […]

Protecting Your Hands At Work

Having a hand injury can make everyday tasks that we take for granted a challenge. For many people, most hand injuries are only for a short time, but for others,  it is permanent. Try buttoning up your shirt, typing on a keyboard, or using your phone with only one hand. While not impossible, these task become harder […]