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occur, and it is found the limousine business is not in compliance with state and federal wage requirements, then you will be required to pay back all wages due to employees. You should also be familiar with the Texas Unemployment Compensation Act. The Texas Unemployment Compensation Act (TUCA) establishes the provisions of the Unemployment Insurance (UI) system in Texas, defines employment and establishes which types of employers participate in the unemployment tax system. These employers are referred to as “liable employers.” Liable Texas employers include Sole Proprietorships, Partnerships, Limited Liability Companies (LLC), Professional Limited Liability Companies (PLLC), Limited Partnerships (LP), Limited Liability Partnerships (LLP), Professional Corporations (PC), Professional Associations (PA), Corporations and Foundations, Associations, Trusts, Estates, Banking Institutions, Political Subdivisions and Government Agencies (Texas Workforce Commission, 2015). Understanding the laws is one of the most important components to protecting your business. As long as you are up to date with the local, state, and federal requirements, you will be in compliance. Remember to post all necessary legal documents. For example, you should always have a Texas Labor Law
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COMPENSATION AND BENIFITS STRATAGIES RECOMMENDATIONS 6 poster hanging in the correct position at all times. Being in compliance with labor laws is not a difficult task and can be done with little effort.
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COMPENSATION AND BENIFITS STRATAGIES RECOMMENDATIONS 7 References Kokemuller, N. (2015). The Nest. Retrieved from - jobbased-cor Maximino, M. (2014). Pay-for-performance, Merit May, Bonuses and Worker Productivity: Research Roundup. Retrieved from - productivity# Obamacare Facts. (n.d.). Retrieved from - mandate/ Occupational Employment Statistics. (2015). United States Department of Labor. Retrieved from Texas Workforce Commission retrieved from - enabling-state-statutes on May 17, 2015.
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