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Holidays…Paying a Premium is a Choice for Employers, Not a Requirement

Whenever one of the major holidays rolls around questions always seem to arise about paying employees for working on the holiday. Although state and federal laws recognize certain days as “holidays,” there is no law that requires private sector employers to provide a premium rate of pay for work on those days. These holidays are […]

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Many Churches May Not Be in Tune with What People are Most Looking for in Their Church

According to a new study* by Gallup, the single most important thing congregants are looking for at church today is not the worship and not the pastor. It’s not the smoke and lights and it’s not the hip and relevant youth programs. It’s not even the organic, fair trade coffee at the cafe. The hottest […]

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Affordable Care Act (ACA)…

it’s still with us and may be for a long-time to come Just the other day the Senate was finally able to garner enough votes to begin formal discussions to the floor on whether to repeal and/or repeal and replace what has become known as Obama Care (the House previously passed their ACA repeal bill, […]

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Supreme Court Allows State Funding in Church Playground Case

The United States Supreme Court ruled in late June that states cannot exclude religious organizations when distributing grant funding for state programs where the money is for a nonreligious purpose. In a 7-2 ruling, the court sided with Trinity Lutheran Church in the case challenging Missouri’s decision to bar it from receiving funds in a […]

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