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It’s up to the employer to establish exempt status and to provide the proof that the worker did perform exempt tasks at least half the time.
Last week we reported briefly on Trump administration efforts to reach out to industry leaders and employers seeking suggestions on which government regulations should be cut. The results are now in.
Keep good time records, or expect to fight it out in court if some of your employees allege they weren’t paid for all time worked and are due overtime.
A bill working its way through the House of Representatives would allow private-sector employers to offer comp time in lieu of overtime pay.
Magnolia Health Corp. in Visalia, California, has agreed to settle charges that its policies violated the ADA.
There’s nothing wrong with accommodating and requesting more information at the same time.
Stop us if you’ve heard this one before: A federal court has agreed to a Department of Labor administration request to postpone its defense of the yet-to-be-enacted overtime rules finalized last year.
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?
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