Compensation and Benefits
Compensation and benefits topics – whether it’s minimum wage, workers’ compensation laws, or employee pay – if properly handled, can help you retain workers and recruit new ones.
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Two former servers at Red Robin Restaurants in Wilkes-Barre and Dickson City, Pennsylvania, can proceed with their Fair Labor Standards Act class action against franchisee, Lehigh Valley Restaurant Group, Inc. The suit alleges Lehigh’s tip pooling scheme violates the FLSA because it includes workers who only have a de minimus interaction with customers.
Average health savings account balances increased from $1,408 to $1,933—up about 37%—in 2014, according to the Employee Benefit Research Institute.
About half of employers surveyed by the Society for Human Resource Management offer some kind of investment advising benefit.
With health care costs rising and Affordable Care Act compliance efforts in full swing, employers are turning toward wellness programs to counter some of the financial strain.
Workers who are collecting unemployment compensation benefits and “perform services” for 32 hours or more per week aren’t eligible to receive benefits for that week. If they work for fewer than 32 hours, they do receive benefits. But what about time spent on-call? Do those hours count toward the threshold? A recent court decision says they don’t.
Domestic-partner benefits sprouted up in the 1990s because same-sex marriage wasn’t legal in most states. But following the Supreme Court’s landmark Obergefell v. Hodges decision last month, there are no more legal barriers to same-sex marriages nationwide ...
Paid sick leave is quickly catching on as a must-have benefit, driven by both government mandates and business realities. But is there a downside?
Employees at the Aura Thai restaurant in Long Beach, California will no longer be paid flat daily rates for their work. The practice certainly didn’t curry favor with U.S. Department of Labor investigators.
Q. Some of my employees have been griping that a portion of their job duties involves “off-the-clock” work. What are the rules regarding off-the-clock work, and what are some examples?
Richard Branson just may have started a trend that will make life easier for parents everywhere. Virgin Management, the investment and brand licensing office of the Virgin Group, recently announced that it will allow all parents—that means fathers also—to take up to 52 weeks of shared parental leave and receive up to 100% of their salaries.