Now that the election is behind us, employers should consider what they might anticipate in the field of wage-hour law.
A federal appellate court has re-affirmed that the FLSA permits an employer to change its seven-day workweek, even when a stated reason for doing so is to reduce FLSA overtime costs.
The best answer to our October 8 Quick Quiz is, "Either Of The Above".
How may an employer figure FLSA overtime for an employee who is paid at two or more different hourly rates?
There is reason for concern that the U.S. Labor Department will attack the FLSA overtime-exempt status of such dealership employees in 2013.
The correct answer to our July 1 Quick Quiz is "$25".
How is FLSA overtime pay calculated for an employee paid at a piece-rate with a minimum-hourly-rate guarantee?
The recent federal appropriations law contains at least one positive development concerning the FLSA exemption status of automobile-dealership service writers and similar employees.
A little-known FLSA overtime exception might allow you to increase employees' basic academic abilities without having to pay FLSA overtime premium for the time they spend learning.
The potential impact of the U.S. Labor Department's unfounded fluctuating-workweek commentary could be exacerbated by unnecessarily dire observations.