Labor and Employment Articles
Gerald Waters addresses “March Madness” in the workplace.
“Companies would be smart to realize that failure to provide accommodations to pregnant women, or a failure to truly understand what it means to provide
The U.S. Department of Labor plans to increase the standard salary benchmark for full-time salaried workers from the current $455 a week, or $23,660 annually,
The complex web of laws governing the employer-employee relationship is expected to spin in a new direction under the Trump administration. And that’s good news
The Federal Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA), and state law equivalent mandate payment of a minimum wage and payment of time and one half of a non exempt employee’s hourly wage for hours worked in access of 40 in a week.