Archive for Tag: Legal Compliance

09.25.19

Overtime Rules are Changing in 2020

Yes, we are talking about overtime again. On September 24, 2019, the Department of Labor (DOL) announced a new final rule that updates the salary threshold that some individuals must meet in order to qualify for a minimum wage and overtime exemption under the federal Fair Labors Standards Act (FLSA). Employers must begin complying with […]

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09.10.19

How to Prevent Discrimination and Harassment in Your Workplace

As an employer, preventing discrimination and harassment in your workplace...
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08.14.19

The I-9 Form is Expiring – Here’s What You Need to Know

On August 31 2019, the July 17 2017 version of...
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08.06.19

How to Correct or Prevent Employee Pay Mistakes

Paying your employees the incorrect amount can lead to the...
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03.15.19

What Happens if an Employee Files a Discrimination Claim Against my Company with the EEOC?

While we hope it never happens, understanding the process will...
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03.08.19

Proposed Overtime Rule Changes Are Back on the Table

In 2016, we talked a lot about potential changes to...
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12.31.18

2019 State Minimum Wage Rate Changes

A new year often brings about new changes in employment laws, especially wage and hour laws. While Utah, Idaho, and Wyoming state minimum wage rates will stay the same, several states have adopted a new minimum wage rate for 2019 including: Alaska Arizona Arkansas California (12/31/18) Colorado Delaware Florida Maine Massachusetts Minnesota Michigan Missouri Montana […]

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12.17.18

ACA Struck Down by Federal Court, but Will Remain in Place Pending Appeal

On Dec. 14, 2018, a federal judge ruled in Texas...
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11.26.18

Company Holiday Party Dos and Don’ts

This time of year, you will see lots of articles...
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10.08.18

Do Employers Have to Give Employees Time Off to Vote?

Election Day is only a few weeks away and employers...
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