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Employers often have pay plans detailing the events that trigger an employee's entitlement to commission payments. A recent Seventh Circuit decision serves as a reminder that employers should closely consider the particular position when doing so.
Pay Plans, State-Specific Posts, Wage and Hour, Wage/Hour LawsTags: bonuses, commissions, Illinois, incentive pay, retail commissioned employees, time of payment, timely payment, timing of wage payments, untimely payment, Wage and Hour, wage payment, wage theft
A recent $4 million settlement between the U.S. Labor Department and a Texas healthcare employer highlights a recurring overtime issue under the FLSA.
Overtime Compensation, Pay PlansTags: FLSA, Fair Labor Standards Act, bonus, bonuses, commissions, shift differentials, retroactive pay increase, attendance bonus, longevity pay, regular rate, extra pay, incentives, incentive pay, Harris Health System
The potential impact of the U.S. Labor Department's unfounded fluctuating-workweek commentary could be exacerbated by unnecessarily dire observations.
Compliance, Government Enforcement, Overtime Work, Overtime Compensation, Pay PlansTags: final rule, fluctuating workweek, fluctuation, fluctuate, divide by 40, dividing by 40, divided by 40, regular rate, Missel, 778.114, 778.109, extra pay, bonus, bonuses, premium pay, incentive pay, commissions, USDOL fluctuating workweek comments