Same as the federal regulations
The employer has 50 or more employees and the employee has been with the employer for 12 months.
The employer has 100 or more employees and the employee has worked 90 days for the employer.
The employer has 25 employees or more and the employee has worked six months for the employer.
The employer has 75 employees or more and the employee has worked full time for 30 days since they were hired.
Social security card authentication for payroll
Eligibility to work in the United States
The documentaiton of only foreign workers
To record the employee's photo identification
Has less than 35% participation by the eligible employees
Has less than 100 eligible participants
Is a qualified safe harbor plan
Either b or c
Have a written policy that outlines the employer's position against any forms of harassment including sexual harassment.
Broadly communicate the policy and educated employees through workplace posting, annual policy review and signoff, and annual training with managers and employees on workplace harassment prevention.
Take prefentative steps only when a claim of harassment has been made by an employee.
Both a and b.
Payment of employer portions of state and federal taxes owed
Potential penalties in fines and interest
Correctionsto benefit plans that the misclassified worker could have been eligible for, such as a 401(k) plan or the employer's group health plan.
All of the above