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Q. An employee recently complained that I was violating California’s “suitable seating law” by requiring him to stand throughout his shift. Am I required to let my employees sit?
If you offer extra off-duty training to your hourly employees, pay extra attention to the rules that explain when those hours must be “paid time.”
Plaintiffs in two lawsuits challenging the Department of Labor’s new overtime rules have asked a federal judge in East Texas to issue expedited injunctions preventing the rules from taking effect Dec. 1.
If an employee complained about a supervisor’s actions, make sure the supervisor can’t manipulate the disciplinary process to punish the worker.
A new front has opened in the war to determine if McDonald’s, along with its franchisees, is liable as a joint employer for employment law violations.
When investigating an employee’s complaint of harassment—sexual or otherwise—tailor your inquiries to the facts of that case.
Three New York City beauty supply companies have agreed to pay $218,000 to 16 employees who the Department of Labor determined were cheated out of overtime pay.
Even if union members quit their union, they still have the right to be represented in workplace disputes.
It’s perfectly acceptable to periodically review ADA accommodations to ensure they still work.
Regulators see workplace posters as vital, legal documents; and employers who fail to update them may face fines.
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