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HR Firm CPEhr Releases Annual Report: 2014 Human Resources Updates

HR outsourcing firm CPEhr releases annual report highlighting important developments in employment law, tax rates, health care reform and workers' compensation in 2014.

LOS ANGELES, Feb. 10, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Human Resources Outsourcing firm CPEhr announced the release of their annual report, "2014 Human Resources Updates," highlighting important employment law developments impacting businesses in 2014.

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Each year, the state and federal legislatures pass new employment laws, or update existing ones, that directly impact the way employers do business. Last year was no exception with the passing of dozens of new regulations that went into effect on January 1, 2014, and many other going into effect later in the year.

"With all the changes to health care reform, minimum wage, employment law, taxes rates and worker's compensation insurance, it is no wonder employers are feeling a bit overwhelmed in 2014," says Ari Rosenstein, director of marketing at CPEhr. "The purpose of our annual Updates Report is present the most important changes in a clear and concise manner, and to provide employers a roadmap for 2014."

The report draws on CPEhr's wide breadth of employment, health care, tax and human resources experience.  Topics covered in the report include:

  • Health Care Reform Updates 2013-2014
  • ACA Provisions for Small Employers
  • Cyber Crime Liabilities for Small Businesses
  • New Compliance Obligations for 2014
  • Summary of Major Employment Legislation
  • Minimum Wage Updates
  • Workers' Compensation Rates to Rise in 2014
  • Tax Updates for 2014
  • Training & Development Webinars

The report can be downloaded from the CPEhr website at: 2014 Human Resources Updates.

About CPEhr

Celebrating more than 30 years in business, CPEhr provides human resources solutions to over 75,000 employees through a high-touch service model. Services include employment compliance, HR administration, payroll, training, medical benefits and workers' compensation insurance. With corporate headquarters in Los Angeles, CPEhr is one of the largest, privately held Human Resources Outsourcing and PEO firms in the state.

Media Contact:

Ari Rosenstein, Director of Marketing

Phone: 877-842-4987

Email: [email protected]

Twitter: @cpehr

Facebook: www.facebook.com/cpehr

Media Contact: Ari Rosenstein, CPEhr, 877-842-4987, [email protected]

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