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The past year has seen a growing trend in jurisdictions across the country exploring the possibility of giving private sector employees access to state-run pension plans. A handful of states—California, Connecticut, and Massachusetts, so far...
Now that the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act has been upheld by the Supreme Court, business that had been waiting on the sidelines for a ruling must begin to make the best of the changes the PPACA will bring.
In light of the recent boom in wage-and-hour suits, employers need to be familiar with many of the nuances of the Fair Labor Standards Act. One of these nuances is overtime paid for job-related travel.
Representative Jesse L. Jackson Jr. has put forth a bill that would immediately increase the federal minimum wage from $7.25 an hour to $10 an hour, requiring all nonexempt employers to...
Representative Jesse L. Jackson Jr. has put forth a bill that would immediately increase the federal minimum wage from $7.25 an hour to $10 an hour, requiring all nonexempt employers to...

Accumulating fans is one thing, but keeping them engaged in a way that has quantifiable results is another. Worse, once you lose engagement, your EdgeRank score -- Facebook's algorithm for determining how content is featured in the News Feed – drops. As a result...

The Paycheck Fairness Act was defeated last week, as expected, by a Republican filibuster. The bill, aimed at combatting disparities in pay among men and women, would have barred retaliation by employers against workers who inquired about such disparities.

Jonathan Segal provides ten tips to help employers protect themselves from wage-and-hour suits. His recent article in Fortune magazine details the drastic increase in...

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