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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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The Supreme Court’s current term won’t end until June 30, 2014. And between now and then, it’s expected to hand down four rulings that could significantly impact the benefits and compensation landscape.
If you’re growing tired of the huge compliance responsibilities Obamacare’s created, you won’t like this: The Affordable Care Act (ACA) will now require employers to put even more effort into making sure workers are classified correctly.
An employee had pushed his employer to the brink of terminating him. What finally tipped the scales? A blowup over his FMLA paperwork. But that left the employer between a rock and a hard place.
The overtime rules under FLSA affect all forms of compensation.