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Today, employers must comply with more laws governing the employer/employee relationship than at any other time in history – and more legislation’s coming. To make things even more complicated, many of the statutes overlap and contain numerous gray areas. This site will keep you abreast of employment law changes and what you must do to stay in compliance to avoid costly litigation and penalties.
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Remember those changes to the FLSA’s “white-collar” exemption the DOL was supposed to release this fall? Well, they’re actually going to be released in the early part of 2015.
The Obama administration is dead set on increasing overtime availability for workers. In fact, when President Obama announced his intention to amend the current FLSA overtime regs, even the DOL was surprised by the move.
The courtroom has become a very unforgiving place for employers who fail to strictly abide by COBRA’s notice requirements.
If we had to sum up what federal agencies such as the Department of Labor (DOL) and the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) had planned for next year in just two words, it would be this: New regulations.
Every HR pro should know additional leave can be a reasonable accommodation when an employee’s FMLA leave is exhausted. But does an employee have to specifically ask for this additional leave in order to receive it?