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The Department of Labor (DOL) announced its final rule updating the earning thresholds for exempt employees and allowing employers to count a portion of bonuses and commissions toward meeting the exempt employee salary level.
Starting Jan. 6, 2020, all employers — including counties — who employ drivers with commercial driver’s licenses (CDL) will be required by federal law to use the U.S. Department of Transportation's (DOT) Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration's (FMCSA) Commercial Driver's License Drug and Alcohol Clearinghouse.
Several bills passed by the Texas Legislature during the 86th legislative session that affect counties pertain to human resources and workers compensation. Five of those bills are summarized below with links to each bill.
This article covers some of the human resource (HR) plans, policies and considerations in preparation for a catastrophic natural event, which can affect county operations and its employees.
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TAC RMP is governed by a Board of Directors comprised exclusively of Texas county officials who understand counties' needs firsthand.
As a Pool member, you'll benefit through leveraging the combined purchasing power of all member counties, getting best value for the cost of coverage.
Our risk control programs
help curb costs because they are designed specifically for county operations.
We assign each county a team of experienced professionals
to assist you with your risk management needs.
Risk assessments, consultations and training sessions are available as needed and at no charge.
, a training resource catalog
and other risk control web content are easily accessible.
Service is the number one goal of our Claims Department, which is just a phone call away as you file your claims online.
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