The U.S. Department of Labor released an update about the proposed regulations for the FLSA rules regarding Exempt/Non-Exempt Status of Overtime Pay.
The OSHA 300A form must be posted in workplace common areas for employees to see by February 1, 2016.
The IRS announced extended due dates for the Affordable Care Act reporting required of employers with 50 or more FTE’s extensions are only for 2015!
According to the CT Law Tribune, the U.S. Court of Appeals, Second Circuit has reaffirmed that employers cannot terminate workers for critical comments made on social media, as long as the comments involve a discussion of working conditions.
The USDOL just released their new guidance on FLSA regulations in regards to Employee/Contractor designation.
The recent US Supreme Court’s decision about legalizing gay marriage in all States, created a new dilemma for many companies in the states where this is not the current law.
The Supreme Court sided with the EEOC in the religious discrimination suit brought against Abercrombie & Fitch by the EEOC.
The National Law Review reported that national entertainment chain Dave & Buster’s is being sued for violating both the ACA and ERISA regulations by cutting employee’s hours in order to stop them from paying for Health benefits.
Lois Krause was quoted in an article that was written for Ebix, an international insurance group with 40+ offices throughout the world.
Andy Thiede was quoted in Kristen Colella’s “10 Tips to Land a New Job When You’re Over 50” for TheStreet.com.