Is the Labor Department resurrecting the idea of requiring companies to provide employees with written notice of their exempt/non-exempt status?
The Department of Labor has just offered HR pros some clarity on some of the more murky provisions of the FMLA.
The Obama administration’s pro-union beat goes on: The Department of Labor’s planning to implement new, stricter rules for U.S. employers trying to respond to union organizing efforts.
Expecting a medical loss ratio rebate check from your health insurance company? New DOL guidelines dictate exactly what you can do with that money.
By now you should’ve received fee disclosures from your retirement plan providers (they were due to plan sponsors by July 1). But if you didn’t, or you don’t like what you’ve seen, here’s what you’re required to do.
The healthcare reform law amended the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) to require employers to provide breaks and a room for nursing mothers to express breast milk. So why can’t mothers sue when their employers refuse to follow those breastfeeding rules?
When you issue to employees the first retirement plan fee-disclosure statements (Aug. 30) that list each and every plan fee, you can bet they’ll have a barrage of questions, concerns and complaints.
The Department of Labor just released yet another FAQ explaining some of the finer points of the health reform law’s requirement that health plan sponsors provide beneficiaries with a Summary of Benefits and Coverage (SBC). Here’s what you need to know.
Thinking about waiting until the Supreme Court rules on health reform’s fate to comply with the law? Here’s why that’s a terrible idea.
How easy is it to spot a company failing to fund workers’ comp benefits? It can’t be too hard if just eight inspectors in Georgia were able to uncover 538 businesses without comp insurance in just three months. What’s changed?