Don’t tell anybody: New research outlines exactly how your employees can drive each other crazy.
Physicians are being asked plenty of questions about health reform, according to the American Medical Association. And soon those questions are expected to be aimed at employers. But what will you tell workers when they come knocking?
Guess the feds don’t feel it’s enough to pass laws and expect companies to follow them. The Department of Labor plans to require you to submit a written plan outlining just how you’re going to follow employment regulations.
Apparently increased enforcement of the Fair Labor Standards Act’s employee classification rules wasn’t enough. Now Congress is considering the Employee Misclassification Prevention Act — and it could be a real bear for companies of all sizes.
Picture this: You need surgery. But before going under the knife, you hop on the next flight out of the country.
Things are looking up for employer-based retirement plans.
We’ve been reading a lot lately about how the Internet can create big-time headaches for employers. So it’s kind of refreshing to run across a case where the employee’s the one who ends up embarrassed.
The problem, of course, is that salary and bonus increase budgets have gone dry — so employers can’t motivate with money. The good news:
More than 250 workers filed a lawsuit against their employer for not paying them for the time spent putting on and taking off safety gear. Do you think they should’ve been paid?