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- I-9 Form Revised… Again!
- Dropping The F-Bomb Protected Concerted Activity Under Federal Labor Law
- Employer Self-inflicts Wounds by 'Shaving Time'
- Michigan Court of Appeals Decides Transgender Case
- What’s up at the DOL? Pulling Guidance, Changing Standards
- Commission v Bonus: What’s the Difference Under Michigan law?
- The Trend in the Law is 'Don't Ask…'
- Appellate Court's LGBT Ruling Sets Stage for Supreme Court Review
- DOL’S Fiduciary Duty Rule May Take Effect April 10... or NOT
- Appellate Court ‘Labors’ Over Collective Bargaining, Right to Work Rulings
Showing 5 posts in Department of Labor (DOL).
Recent guidance from Department of Labor under Trump administration finally provides some good news for employers. Continue ReadingTags: Department of Labor (DOL), Employment Liability
Presidential directive to Department of Labor could impact retirement plans offered by employers. Continue ReadingTags: Department of Labor (DOL), ERISA, Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA)
Employers must adhere to new DOL requirements for electronic reporting, encouraging more employee involvement in incident reporting and appropriate use of post-injury drug testing. Continue ReadingTags: Department of Labor (DOL), Human Resources, Labor Law
New DOL regulations to dramatically change minimum compensation for exempt employees beginning Dec. 1. Continue ReadingTags: Department of Labor (DOL), Employment Liability, Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA), Labor Law, Wage & Hour
Recent DOL case resolution a reminder to employers that failure to correctly classify individuals as independent contractors or exempt employees could result in expensive class action litigation. Continue ReadingTags: Department of Labor (DOL), Employment Liability, Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA), Labor Law, Wage & Hour