An Ounce of Prevention: Prepping for a DOL Audit
A Department of Labor audit can feel harrowing for the unprepared. By following several defined steps, however, a company can prepare for federal inquiries into its FLSA, FMLA, or other labor law compliance efforts. A DOL audit can happen at a moment’s notice, so it’s important to ensure that daily work complies with federal expectations.
They're HERE: 8 New Employment Law Trends Shaping 2022
It's a new year -- with a host of new employment law challenges and changes. From paid sick leave to monitoring software to vaccine mandates, make sure you're staying abreast of these top legal trends impacting the modern workplace.
Does Weed at Work…Work?
As laws evolve, so must your policies. Here’s how experts recommend you should address marijuana’s potential impacts on worker safety and productivity – while protecting your organization
Health and Medical Questions: Can You Ask That?
As an employer, you have an obligation to provide a safe, healthy work environment for your employees. What questions can you ask - and which must you steer clear of?
Overtime Pay Rules Have Changed: Are You Prepared?
On January 1, 2020, the Department of Labor's new rules regarding overtime pay go into effect. The new rule raises the threshold requiring overtime pay for salaried workers. For millions of U.S. businesses, this means that workers who weren't eligible for overtime pay in the past must now be paid 1.5 times their usual hourly wage for overtime work.