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By Tillman Coffey
As you no doubt have heard, the United States Department of Labor recently announced changes to federal wage and hour regulations that have been labeled the "new overtime rule."
By James McDonald
A California appellate court just held that mandatory service charges added by banquet facilities to their contracts may need to be paid to banquet service employees essentially as a form
By Caroline Brown
USDOL has announced a proposed rule intended to clarify the "fluctuating workweek" under the FLSA.
By Usama Kahf
In his byline article for Cyber Defense eMagazine titled "Employers Catch One-Year Break on Impending California Privacy Law," Irvine Partner Usama Kahf discusses California Assembly Bill 25.
By Samantha Saltzman
In her byline article for Corporate Compliance Insights titled "AI and HR: Will AI Chatbots Replace the Employee Handbook?,"
By Steven Cupp, Jaklyn Wrigley
Let's face it – your dealership's employee handbook is likely out of date, even if you just updated it in the past few years.
By Benjamin M. Ebbink, James McDonald
Despite his predecessor vetoing two similar proposals, California Governor Gavin Newsom signed a bill into law on October 10, 2019.
By Cheryl Pinarchick, Jennifer Scully
Co-working spaces are quickly becoming the Uber equivalent to office space rentals for remote-work professionals.
By Courtney Leyes, Richard Meneghello, John Skousen, Travis Vance
Tastes may differ, but there can be no dispute that the music video for "November Rain," the ultimate power ballad by the ultimate Hair Nation band of the 1980s, Guns N' Roses, is the best video ever created.
By Marilyn Higdon
Workplace retaliation claims have become one of the most frequently filed claims in employment-related lawsuits.
By Micah Dawson
Your organization spends significant capital crafting your corporate brand and reputation to appeal to consumers and potential employees alike.
By Fisher & Philips LLP
It's hard to keep up with all the recent changes to labor and employment law. While the law always seems to evolve at a rapid pace, there have been an unprecedented number of changes for the ...
By A. Kevin Troutman
When railroad crossing lights flash and whistles blare, everyone knows to stop, look, and listen
By Kathleen McLeod Caminiti, Sarah Wieselthier
The federal Equal Pay Act (EPA) requires that men and women in the same workplace be compensated with equal pay for equal work
By Paul E. Goatley
The headlines paint a bleak picture: "AI is here to take your job." Automation will, undoubtedly, create a seismic shift to the workplace, this much we know
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