December 15, 2016

DOJ to appeal overtime ruling

Great article from BenefitsPro by Jack Craver The Obama administration is not giving up on its overtime rule just yet. The Department of Justice is appealing […]
June 24, 2016

DOL Overtime Rule Will Impact Hospitality Industry

Originally Posted by SHRM.org By: Allen Smith The hospitality industry will be hit hard by the Department of Labor’s updates to the overtime rule implementing the […]
June 17, 2016

Compliance Recap: May 2016

After a quiet few months, federal agencies were quite busy during the month of May, issuing four important final rules that impact employers. Specifically, the Department […]
May 19, 2016

In Case You Missed It: DOL Issues Final Rule on Overtime Exemption

Many employers will need to re-evaluate their employees currently classified as exempt. In the event those employees earn less than the threshold amount, they must be re-classified as non-exempt and paid overtime for time worked over 40 hours per week
July 23, 2015

DOL Narrows Independent Contractor Classification

More workers may be entitled to overtime due to July 15, 2015, Department of Labor (DOL) guidance that defines “independent contractor” narrowly enough for many previously classified as independent contractors to now be properly classified as employees. Read more here...