The other employment laws have nothing on the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA). Here’s why the FLSA is the employment law you’re most likely to violate.
You may know the in’s and out’s of more common Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) trouble spots, but what about some of these lesser-known areas?
Do you know how to calculate overtime pay for this employee without running afoul of the FLSA?
For years employers added these incentives to push workers to perform at higher levels. Now it appears employees crave them desperately. What are they?
What’s the general mood of your workforce? A recent Gallup poll shows most employees feel pretty good about their co-workers and bosses, but there’s growing dissatisfaction over benefits, promotions and pay.
Another survey has shown that while compensation is important, it’s definitely not the No. 1 thing they look for in an employer – not by a long shot.
The American workplace has made substantial strides toward diversity — and while there’s still a lot of room for improvement, some minority employees are doing quite well in the compensation department, according to new research.
Remember the man who was awarded workers’ comp benefits after deciding to smoke pot and then feed a grizzly bear? Well, his employer appealed the benefits ruling, and a state supreme court issued a final decision.
An Ohio company thought it had hit on a way to put one over on Uncle Sam when it came to complying with the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA). But things didn’t quite work out.
While your company scrambles to comply with reform without being swallowed up by skyrocketing health costs, wouldn’t it be nice to know insurers are doing their part to keep your expenses down? Well, here are their plans.