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A court has rejected the DOL's test to determine whether a worker is an intern or an employee, coming up with a simpler one.
After the NLRB’s recent decision regarding its new, broader standard for “joint employer” status, it’s time to brush up on the consequences of the joint employer doctrine when engaging third-party contractors.
The Department of Labor’s Wage and Hour Division is looking at regulating schedule-setting in general for all employees across all industries.
Here's a summary of how Office Online and Desktop Office 2013 compare, plus a heads-up to the limitations of each.
In several recent lawsuits, courts have ruled that parental leave policies thought to generously provide time off for new mothers were actually discriminatory—against new fathers.
If you're surrounded by co-workers half your age, it can feel isolating. They've grown up in a different world than you, and they have different priorities. How do you talk to them?
Controversial actions by three major federal agencies have businesses worried.
Here are some innocent-sounding blurbs that were pulled from some actual ads—but what are they really saying?
It's the flaw nobody really thinks they have—an inability to delegate effectively. Here's how to do it right.
Your ability to make sound business decisions swiftly—even when they involve ambiguity and risk—is a major factor in managing a successful team. Here are some simple hacks to help you make better decisions.
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