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The federal Department of Labor (DOL) has finally announced the release of its proposed rule to increase the minimum salary required for certain employees to be classified as exempt from minimum wage and overtime.
It is important to remember that not all interactions between employees take place at work, and these non-work interactions can ultimately affect the workplace
Early last week the Department of Labor (DOL) issued notice of proposed regulations that provide employers guidance on how to comply with the newly enacted Pregnant Workers Fairness Act (PWFA).
It used to be inadvisable to cover unionized workers under the policies of employee handbooks.
Making sure that anyone giving permission for an employment background check understands what they are agreeing to is basic fairness, and unless an employer has some nefarious intent in mind for a background check, this …
The Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) provides covered employees job-protected, unpaid leave for family or medical related reasons, such as to care for a sick family member or the birth or adoption of a child.
As we let you know last October, the end date for the COVID-related I-9 verification flexibility was (and still is) scheduled for July 31, 2023. Given the number of times this deadline had been extended, it …
The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) requires employers to provide accommodations to applicants with disabilities if needed to be considered for a job unless the accommodation causes an undue hardship.
Courtesy of SBAM Approved Partner, Ahola Most employees’ total compensation includes more than their base pay — and paystubs do not show the full picture. To promote transparency and engagement, […]
By Susan Chance, courtesy of SBAM Approved Partner ASE Employers have had to scramble over the last three years while dealing with COVID. Suddenly working from home was not a […]
By Michael Burns, courtesy of SBAM Approved Partner ASE ASE conducts many employee handbook reviews throughout the year. The first component of that review is to look at important and […]