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Employers that erroneously classify an hourly employee as exempt can expect their mistake to be a costly one. Not only will they have to pay two years’ worth of back overtime, but they’ll probably have to pay double that amount as a penalty for not getting the classification right.
A Florida trucking company refused to hire a military veteran who used a service dog, citing its “no pets” policy.
Q. We are entering the busy season at work and would like our employees to work longer hours than usual for the next two months. Do we have any obligations to provide our employees with additional meal breaks if they work longer than eight hours in one day?
The chair of the Senate Committee on Health, Education, Labor and Pensions wants the EEOC to rescind changes to the annual EEO-1 report that were instituted during the Obama administration.
If reporting wrongdoing is part of an employee’s job, then that doesn’t constitute whistleblowing.
Only one federal agency earned more ire than the Department of Labor when President Trump asked business interests to weigh in with their ideas on where the government should cut regulations.
When a worker files a lawsuit seeking class-action status, he must show the court that other workers are similarly situated to join the group.
Approving leave for someone who has claimed a disability may mean you are regarding the employee as disabled. Effectively, that may mean he really is disabled for ADA purposes.
The employee can’t just quit and then expect to receive unemployment compensation benefits.
The Senate adjourned for its two-week April recess without confirming Alexander Acosta as Secretary of Labor.
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