Last March, President Obama mandated that the Department of Labor (DOL) update the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) “white collar” exemptions which will eventually result in overtime eligibility for some salaried employees formerly considered exempt from overtime eligibility. The changes in the FLSA “white collar” exemption rules will significantly affect employers as millions of employees […]
Hot Topics From Around The Web: The Implication of Daylight Savings Time For Employers and Hourly Staff
Here’s a brief, but informative article from the website of Goldberg Segalla, LLP on the implications of Daylight Savings Time on an employee’s pay and employer obligations. It’s one article that you want to bookmark for future reference. Here’s why.
Murky Overtime Pay Policies – Ensure They Don’t Expose You to Liability
In an environment of shrinking budgets, it’s not uncommon for businesses to dictate that unauthorized overtime is not allowed and workers must complete their tasks during regular working hours. On the surface, it seems like a fairly straightforward policy, but it can send mixed messages about overtime pay and hours. Overtime pay violations are a […]