Failing to train and educate managers and supervisors is one of the biggest mistakes any business can make and one that creates one of the biggest risk areas for any business. Training your managers is the easiest way to avoid this risk. Everyone makes mistakes — that’s to be expected. However, certain manager mistakes can result […]
IS THE TRADITIONAL WORKDAY A THING OF THE PAST? ACCORDING TO A NEW SURVEY, THE ANSWER IS YES. The poll, which was conducted by Harris Poll on behalf of CareerBuilder, surveyed more than 3,200 full-time workers nationwide. More than 3 in 5 workers (61% of survey participants) indicated that they believed the traditional workday was […]
Trump DOL Will Not Defend Obama Era Overtime Rule Late last year, the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Texas granted an emergency injunction request, halting implementation of the Department of Labor’s new overtime rule. The new overtime rule, which was finalized under the Obama Administration, would raise the threshold for the salary […]
Senate Committee Approves Increase Yesterday, the Senate Commerce, Labor and Energy Committee passed Senate Bill 106 (SB 106) by a vote of 4-3, largely along party lines. SB 106 proposes increasing the minimum wage in Nevada each year until the minimum wage reached $11.00 per hour for employees who are offered qualifying health insurance and $12.00 per hour for […]
On May 3, 2017, the U.S. House of Representatives voted to approve legislation that would allow private-sector employers to offer compensable time (more commonly known as “comp time”). The legislation, titled the Working Families Flexibility Act, passed by a vote of 229-197. The legislation now moves to the Senate for deliberation. The Working Families Flexibility […]
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