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Do you have more applicants who are at least minimally qualified than you can reasonably interview? Then split up the applicant pool before you begin those interviews.
Ahead of the soon-to-be released white-collar overtime rule overhaul, the Department of Labor has begun pursuing employers that abuse the exempt classification system.
Energy workers are protected from retaliation for reporting safety problems if their workplace is covered by the federal Energy Reorganization Act.
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The U.S. Supreme Court has issued, at least temporarily, a reprieve from a potential death sentence for public employee unions.
The current version of Form I-9, Employment Eligibility Verification, expires March 31 at midnight. Until further notice, though, employers should keep using it despite the problematic date printed at the top of its first page.
Yes, employers need to take solid steps to prevent sexual harassment. But that doesn’t mean HR should panic every time an employee reports offensive or crude comments.
The U.S. Supreme Court heard oral arguments March 28 in a case that asks if an employer can recover attorneys’ fees it spent successfully defending itself against a frivolous EEOC lawsuit.
Sometimes, 12 weeks of FMLA leave isn’t long enough for workers to recover from illness or injury. But, indefinite leave does not have to be accommodated.
An Orange County recycler will pay 15 workers $200,378 in back wages and damages after a U.S. Department of Labor Wage and Hour Division investigation uncovered numerous Fair Labor Standard Act violations.