Did the Supreme Court just hand employers a new weapon to fight collective FLSA lawsuits?
A new ruling may finally clear up a telecommuting wage-and-hour issue that’s frequently stumped HR pros.
Here are three cautionary tales of major wage-and-hour mistakes that cost these companies big.
What’s a second term for the Obama administration going to mean for HR pros? Here’s a sampling of what the experts are saying.
This construction company garnered praise for hiring local workers and won awards for building affordable housing. The only problem: Employees allegedly weren’t compensated properly for their work.
You’ve no doubt heard about the explosion in wage-and-hour lawsuits — and the culprits are usually well-meaning managers trying to keep payroll costs down.
If you still need more ammo in the fight to straighten up your employee classification procedures, here it is.
The federal government’s added emphasis on enforcing wage-and-hour laws mixed with workers’ contempt for being asked to work longer hours without increased pay during the recession has turned into a dangerous cocktail for employers.
What’s the trendiest flavor of employee lawsuits these days? Retaliation for wage-and-hour complaints. Here’s a case that illustrates the growing danger to employers.
The Department of Labor (DOL), Internal Revenue Service (IRS) and nine states have teamed up to find wage and hour violators and fine them heavily.