Can an S Corp sole shareholder employ a "Personal Assistant" as an employee so they have more time to focus on work?
The sole shareholder of the new company I work for has a "Personal Assistant" as an employee, and another one for her brother, who also works for the company. She justifies this by saying the individual makes their lives easier so they have more time to focus on work at our company. These two "Personal Assistants" do not work at our work locations. I know they do things like babysit, probably grocery shop, run daily errands, etc., but nothing directly for our business. Other employees do not know them. They may type some business letters, maybe schedule appointments - I don't know. But, if they were a secretary or true administrative assistant, they would work in our office. Am I letting my new employer get away with something they shouldn't?