Human Resources

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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.
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.
The hits just keep coming for beleaguered banking giant Wells Fargo. What’s the lesson for employers?
Q. We have a policy that does not allow employees to use their cellphones when driving for work, but what about GPS? Many employees say that they cannot safely get to a location without using the GPS functions built into their phones.
Public employees who complain internally about personnel decisions specific to them aren’t engaging in protected free speech.
A new employment eligibility verification form will be available by Nov. 23.
A contractor hired to perform work for a city isn’t responsible for an injured government employee whose work it did not control.
When an employee is disciplined or otherwise punished for complaining that her employer is discriminating against certain customers, she can sue—and quite possibly win a large financial award.
An employee who files a complaint or returns from a leave of absence and shortly thereafter suffers an adverse employment action is likely to smell a retaliation rat. But what’s considered an adverse action?
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