The "Payroll Fraud Prevention Act of 2013" would amend the FLSA to impose new prohibitions, requirements, and penalties relating to categorizing a worker as being either an employee or a non-employee, but some changes would be of even-broader impact.
The U.S. Labor Department's latest proposed "worker classification" survey is an indication that the "Right to Know" initiative will include exemption-related disclosure requirements.
We have taken the position that the Labor Department's proposed collection of information should not be cleared, approved, or undertaken.
After 38 days, the U.S. Labor Department still has not provided a copy.
The U.S. Labor Department apparently intends to reinvigorate its so-called "Right to Know" initiative.
The U.S. Labor Department's most-recent regulatory agenda now targets April 2011 for the release of a proposed rule potentially imposing significant new FLSA recordkeeping requirements.
The U.S. Labor Department has now provided additional, disquieting insight into its "Plan, Prevent, Protect" program that we first reported in our April 30 post.