Our updated Resource Center provides the latest news about the new DOL changes to the overtime regulations--as well as analysis, policies, checklists, forms, and a calculator to help you ensure that your organization is in compliance.
A culture of healthy, open communication doesn’t happen by accident; it must be designed in to the architecture of the business. The good news? It’s really not that difficult to implement. But it does require commitment and consistency. Here are five ways to foster a culture of open communication with your staff.
A federal appeals court has allowed an employee to proceed with his Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) claims because his employer failed to provide him with the mandatory job restoration notice.
The upcoming changes to the Fair Labor Standards Act’s white collar exemptions provide a great opportunity for employers to conduct an internal audit and review all aspects of their employee classifications. During her recent master class on the upcoming, Kara Shea shared a wealth of advanced, in-depth legal information on wage and hour compliance. If conducting a classification audit is on your to-do list, you may appreciate these strategic, data-based tips for managing the otherwise squishy, subjective world of exemptions.
Employers should make any necessary changes to employees’ exemptions before the workweek that includes December 1, according to a former administrator of the U.S. Department of Labor’s (DOL) Wage and Hour Division (WHD).
Bills expanding access to account-based healthcare arrangements in various respects were approved June 15 by the U.S. House of Representatives’ Committee on Ways and Means.
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