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  2. Paycheck Protection Program - Wikipedia

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    Payroll costs include taxes withheld from employees' wages and all state and local taxes assessed on compensation, but payroll costs do not include the employer's portion of social security tax, the employer's portion of Medicare tax, and federal unemployment tax.

  3. Application for employment - Wikipedia

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    An application for employment is a standard business document that is prepared with questions deemed relevant by employers. It is used to determine the best candidate to fill a specific role within the company. Most companies provide such forms to anyone upon request, at which point it becomes the responsibility of the applicant to complete the form and return it to the employer for ...

  4. Professional employer organization - Wikipedia

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    A professional employer organisation ( PEO) is an outsourcing firm that provides services to small and medium-sized businesses (SMBs). Typically, the PEO offering may include human resource consulting, safety and risk mitigation services, payroll processing, employer payroll tax filing, workers' compensation insurance, health benefits ...

  5. Employees' Provident Fund Organisation - Wikipedia

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    The Employees' Provident Fund Organisation ( EPFO) is one of the two main social security organization under the Government of India's Ministry of Labour and Employment and is responsible for regulation and management of provident funds in India, the other being Employees' State Insurance. The EPFO administers the retirement plan for employees ...

  6. Job posting laws create rifts between employee and employer ...

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    More than a third (36%) of 1,300 HR professionals said pay disclosure laws caused more current employees to ask about receiving a pay raise.

  7. Job fair - Wikipedia

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    A job fair, also commonly referred to as a job expo or career fair or career expo, is an event in which employers, recruiters, and schools give information to potential employees.

  8. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission - Wikipedia

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    The U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission ( EEOC) is a federal agency that was established via the Civil Rights Act of 1964 to administer and enforce civil rights laws against workplace discrimination. [3] : 12, 21 The EEOC investigates discrimination complaints based on an individual's race, color, national origin, religion, sex ...

  9. Wage and Hour Division - Wikipedia

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    The Wage and Hour Division was created with the enactment of the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) of 1938. The Division is responsible for the administration and enforcement of a wide range of laws which collectively cover virtually all private and State and local government employment. The Division has a nationwide staff of investigators, supervisors, and technical and clerical employees ...