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The USDOL recently announced that it will continue its Payroll Audit Independent Determination (PAID) program, and wasted no time beginning its efforts to further educate employers and attorneys about the benefits of the program.
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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.
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Technological advances in payroll practices might be desired by both employers and employees, but an employer should give careful consideration as to how it will address the variety of legal restrictions and administrative burdens these advances could implicate.
The inapt use of phrases like "pay for" might create unanticipated compensation disputes.
Management must be certain that its compensation documents say exactly what it means.