The NLRB takes on bossware in a new memo

  • November 18, 2022

The big bosses—a/k/a federal agencies—have noticed the proliferation of bossware, and they are not amused. The National Labor Relations Board has announced its...

Cases to watch: October 2022 legal round-up

  • October 07, 2022

It can be difficult to keep up with the many lawsuits constantly being slung at businesses. Which ones are important? What cases could have insights that impact our...

Tips for hiring independent contractors

  • August 10, 2022

The use of freelancers or independent contractors has become increasingly popular over the past decade. Companies such as Uber and InstaCart are built on this type of...

How to recognize a toxic work environment

  • August 04, 2022

Have you ever found yourself sitting in the parking lot dreading going to work? Does thinking about work make you physically ill? Did you ever consider quitting a job...

How to calculate overtime pay

  • July 25, 2022

Failure to properly compensate employees for working overtime is a common cause of lawsuits and department of labor (DOL) investigations. Businesses that do not pay or...

Which state laws apply to remote employees

  • July 04, 2022

During the pandemic, many businesses allowed their employees to work from home as a matter of safety. Now, remote work has become the norm. However, it can be tough to...