Big News! DOL Starts Using Opinion Letters Again — Read More
For the first time in 9 years, the U.S. Department of Labor has once again started issuing Opinion Letters. These interpretations provide regulatory guidance for employers and address real-life, day-to-day workplace issues.
FLSA2018-19, the first Opinion Letter issued, addresses the interplay of the Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) and the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA).
What Are the Best Ways to Retain Your Top Performers? Hint: It’s Not All About the Money — Read More
It’s costly for an organization to replace top performers. However, in order to retain your employees, you also need a plan. We’ll cover some of the top employee retention strategies that are relevant for today’s competitive recruiting environment.
April 2018 Regulatory Updates — Read More
– H-1B Filing Season Begins
– OSHA 300-A Posting Period Continues
– E-Verify Website Updated
– New Program for Resolving Wage Violations
– Fiduciary Rule Update
– Sexual Harassment in the Workplace Initiative
– CO: Non-compete Agreements
– MA: Guidance on Equal Pay Law; Pregnant Workers Fairness Act Goes into Effect
– NYC: Safe Leave Added to Sick Leave Coverage
– NY: Guidance on Paid Family Leave
– OH: Medical Marijuana Use Approved
– PA: Electronic Filing for First Report of Injury and Salesperson Initial License
– WA: Bans the Box; Updates Equal Pay; Expands Protections for Domestic Violence Victims
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