This week, the HR Daily Advisor discussed age discrimination, exemption misclassification, and recent blog post about the creative genius of Steve Jobs. Here’s the HR Daily Advisor week in review.
Business Necessity Out, RFOA In (Age Discrimination)—The EEOC released its Final Rule on Disparate Impact and “Reasonable Factors Other Than Age” (RFOA) Under the Age Discrimination in Employment Act of 1967 in March and it became effective in April. Here are two considerations for establishing RFOA.
Five Factors for Establishing RFOA—Wrapping up yesterday’s article, here are final three factors for establishing RFAO.
Exemption Missteps? ‘Damages Can Be Huge’—The damages in exemption misclassification cases can be huge, warns Attorney Susan G. Fentin. Fentin explains the risks of misclassification.
Tricky Administrative Exemption Trips Up the Best—Attorney Susan G. Fentin offers advice on the administrative exemption, starting with a test for primary duties.
Here's to the Crazy Ones— Business and leadership blogger Dan Oswald discussed Steve Jobs in a recent blog post. Jobs was a polarizing figure, revered by many and hated by others. But regardless of how anyone might feel about him, there’s no denying the man was a creative genius.