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Reminder: Medicare Part D Notices Due Before October 15

It’s time to send your annual Medicare Part D notice if you have not already done so. Annually, health plan sponsors that offer prescription drug coverage must notify Medicare eligible individuals whether or not their prescription drug plan is creditable or non-creditable.

This notice provides information to individuals when …read more…

The DOL’s Guidelines on Breaks

(from the KMA HR Support Center)

The Department of Labor considers any break under 20 minutes to be for the benefit of the employer, and therefore those breaks must be paid. However, unauthorized extensions of authorized breaks do not need to be counted as hours worked if the employer has …read more…

Child Labor and Overtime Rule Updates

KMA wants you to be aware of two updates on the compliance front: one for Maine employers that utilize child labor, and a second related to the Federal exempt employee overtime rule.

Maine Child Labor Law Changes

The state has adopted the following changes, that went into effect August …read more…

Compliance Update: New Maine Employment Poster Required by August 2nd

Maine has issued a new employment poster on Human Trafficking for awareness and to provide the national hotline reporting information. Employers are required to post this as of August 2, 2018.

This is a great time to check your posters to ensure they are up-to-date. See the link below …read more…