Posts tagged U.S. Labor Department.
USDOL reportedly is submitting a proposed rule for review by the federal Office of Management and Budget. Publication on target for first quarter.
Exemptions And Exceptions, Proposed Regulations, Salary Basis, Wage and Hour, Wage/Hour LawsTags: 13(a)(1), exemption, exemption changes, exemption regulations, exemptions, Fair Labor Standards Act, FLSA, minimum salary, minimum salary level, Office of Management and Budget, proposed regulation, proposed regulations, Proposed Rule, regulations, salary, salary basis, salary level, salary test, salary threshold, salary-test increase, Section 13(a)(1), U.S. Labor Department, USDOL, USDOL Wage and Hour Division, wage-hour exemptions, wage-hour law, Wage/Hour Laws, white-collar, white-collar exemptions
Recent U.S. Labor Department news releases show something important about its current approach to enforcing the federal Fair Labor Standards Act.
Compliance, Government EnforcementTags: Compliance, initiatives, enforcement initiatives, enforcement inititative, FLSA, Fair Labor Standards Act, back-wages, minimum wage, overtime, FLSA civil money penalties, U.S. Labor Department, U.S. Wage and Hour Division, Wage and Hour Division
The U.S. Labor Department's investigative focus on some of the nation's preeminent homebuilders is simply a reflection of the administration's longstanding interest in construction as a so-called "fissured industry".
Compliance, Employee Status, Employer Status, Government Contracts, Government Enforcement, Independent Contractor, Prevailing Wage/Fringe BenefitsTags: homebuilders, homebuilder, FLSA, Fair Labor Standards Act, investigation, U.S. Labor Department, joint employment, enterprise, PulteGroup, KB Home, D.R. Horton, fissured, fissured industries, fissured industry, independent contractor, enterprise coverage, Wage and Hour Division