TLC Employer Services Expands into Bigger Colorado Market

TLC is pleased to announce their first acquisition of a great local company, Peak Payroll Solutions, based out of Longmont, Colorado. “We are thrilled about working with the great clients of Peak Payroll Solutions. These clients have always been treated with great care at Peak. That standard of service will continue at TLC, while simultaneously …

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The numbers are disturbing enough to keep business owners and managers awake at night: nearly two million American workers report being victims of workplace violence every year. Two million workers. Those chilling figures come from the Occupational Safety & Health Administration (OSHA). Workplace violence ranges from threats and verbal abuse to physical assaults and even …

Ensure Your Departments Are in Sync to Comply with the ACA

Except for in very small companies, payroll, human resources and employee benefits are generally handled by separate offices. However, compliance with the Affordable Care Act (ACA) and the need to file certain forms may make it necessary for the three functions to cross over, to some degree. “Regardless of which department is ultimately tasked with …

Proposed DOL Rule May Make Millions More Eligible for Overtime Pay

In his 2015 State of the Union Address last January, President Obama said employees should get the overtime they’ve earned. He then directed the U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) to review and amend the overtime rules under the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) to make more workers eligible. On June 30, the DOL took steps …

Big News From TLC: Sue Shirley & Ashlee Faulkner Become Shareholders

It is with great excitement that I can officially announce that these two amazing professionals and team members are now Shareholders of TLC. They are both incredibly important to TLC’s strength and future growth and this is well deserved for both of them. Sue has been the leader of TLC’s payroll operations since day 1 …

5 Things to Keep in Mind About the ACA

While the Affordable Care Act has been in effect since 2010, mid-sized business owners can no longer afford to sit back and ignore the potential consequences. Watch this short video to learn five things to keep in mind about the Affordable Care Act:

“Wraparound” Coverage as an Excepted Benefit

In December 2013, the concept of limited wraparound coverage as an excepted benefit was originally proposed. Earlier this year, the Department of Labor (DOL), IRS and Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) simultaneously issued proposed regulations that employers can, in certain circumstances, offer limited health coverage designed to wrap around individual health insurance. Such …