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DOL Proposes to Scrap Employer-Friendly Independent Contractor Rule
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Employees Splitting Working Time Between the Office and Home? The DOL Reminds Employers About the Rules on When Commute Time is Compensable in the New Age of Telework
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DOL Proposes Delaying Newly Published Rule on Independent Contractors
Gig Economy/Independent Contractor
US DOL Issues New Enforcement Guidance on Electronic Workplace Posters and Telemedicine under the FMLA
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COVID-19: Key Issues and Responses for Employers
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Pay for Work Performed by Non-Exempt Employees: Does “Hours Worked” Include a Few Extra Minutes?
Third And Long-- Former Villanova Wide Receiver Fights Uphill Battle To Establish Employee Status Under FLSA
Docking Pay of Salaried Employees
New US DOL Pilot Program Aims to Resolve FLSA Disputes More Quickly
More Lawsuits for Unpaid Wages Will Result in Double Damages
The Regular Rate of Pay May Not Be As Obvious As It Seems
Connecticut Supreme Court Rules Against Use of Fluctuating Workweek Method in Calculating Overtime Pay for Retail Employees
Overtime Update
Making Sure Your At-Will Employees Remain At-Will
How Does the Withdrawal of the DOL’s 2015 and 2016 Informal Guidance on Joint Employment and Independent Contractors by Trump’s Secretary of Labor Impact Employers?
The Department of Labor Opines That The Fair Labor Standards Act Sets The Floor With Respect To Wage Standards For Disabled Workers
News Update: Texas Judge Enjoins Enforcement of U.S. DOL’s Overtime Rule Set to Take Effect on Dec. 1
Recordkeeping and the New Federal Overtime Rules
Wake Up! The New Overtime Rule Takes Effect Soon!
Employers Have Flexibility in Applying the Professional Exemption
They Also Serve Who Only Stand and Wait – At No Extra Charge
Connecticut Congressman Sponsors "Payroll Fraud Prevention Act"
Revamping Overtime Regulations: No Specifics Yet
What is a Workday?
Supreme Court Hears Argument on Latest "Donning" and "Doffing" Wage Case

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