We help keep employers in compliance with the constantly changing world of wage and hour laws and tax compliance. Our payroll specialists are your guide to help navigate these often murky waters while our payroll software helps you run your business more efficiently and provides you access to critical employment data at all times.
EOI is here to help our clients navigate the often rough waters of workers’ compensation insurance. In California, were EOI resides, the Workers’ Compensation premium costs have increased 41% since 2009 and the amount of litigated claims continues to increase.
As a multi-state service provider, with decades of experience, our knowledge of the rules and regulations, the legislation and the challenges allows us to partner with our client and offer risk management strategies that impact the bottom line, helping our clients focus on their core business and become more profitable.
HR compliance is a necessity for any business in today’s competitive and legal environment. Whether your HR department has one or 20 employees, it is likely that your employees are wearing many hats. HR generalists are expected to have a thorough knowledge of all areas in the human resources function, but we all know how difficult it is keeping abreast of the constant changes in the law
EOI help our clients create effective human resources policies and resolve human resources issues. We provide employment law resources to help you provide the appropriate advice to your employees and to help you and your human resources team develop and implement appropriate workplace policies. Whenever you need to know what the minimum compliance is for any HR topic or simply want a better understanding, EOI is here to help.
Employers are also required to limit the amount of premiums some employees pay as a percentage of their wage income. For example, health plans are considered “unaffordable” if workers earning less than 400 percent of the federal poverty level (about $46,680 for an individual) must pay a premium that is more than 9.5 percent of their income.
Variable Hour Employees are eligible for benefits if they work a min of 30hrs a week or total hours worked accumulate to 1,560 hours within a year. Employees hired on as full time employees eligibility also differs based the elected eligibility period established by the employer.
As the ACA continues to evolve, the complexity in managing and meeting its requirements can become burdensome and costly.
EOI comprehensive service model address the concerns of employers and minimizes the financial impact on your bottom line.