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By Arthur M. Wolfson
The Mine Safety and Health Administration (MSHA) has launched a pilot program for Part 100 conferencing in the hopes of reducing the number of contested citations.
By Grant Wills
If you have been keeping an eye on growing trends in the gig economy, you know that around a third of workers reportedly use contract or freelance gigs as their primary source of income
By Alexander Wheatley
Here we are again, fast approaching the most sustained workday distraction of the year: March Madness.
By Myra Creighton
Just when private schools were becoming relatively knowledgeable about their obligation to allow a disabled student's service animal on their premises ...
By Sarah Moore
Over the past year, issues regarding immigration have consumed a great part of our nation's attention.
By Samuel Lillard
Colleges and universities are squeezed between a rock and a hard place when it comes to complying with Title IX's requirements for responding to student-on-student allegations ...
By Todd B. Logsdon
As you may have seen in the news, an anticipated first all-female astronaut spacewalk had to be cancelled because the International Space Station did not have the appropriate sized space suits for both of the female...
By Marty Heller
The US Department of Labor today released its much anticipated and significant Notice of Proposed Rulemaking intended to update and clarify the USDOL's interpretation of joint employer status under the FLSA.
By Steven Bernstein, Marty Heller, Richard Meneghello, John Polson
The U.S. Department of Labor just became the latest federal agency to propose a rule to limit the scope of joint employment liability, this time for wage and hour matters.
By Tillman Coffey
While not binding nationwide, a recent federal court decision should put to rest any legitimate argument that dealership parts counterpeople are not overtime exempt under federal law.
By Timothy Scott
Following a few easy steps when hiring employees will help both screen out potential problems and reduce turnover.
By Jaklyn Wrigley
These days, just about every dealership operates a Lube Express. And why wouldn't a dealership have one? The Lube Express can generate additional revenue and give the customers a reason to come back again and again.
By David Klass, Travis Vance
An accident happens at your workplace, leading to an employee injury. During the hectic response, incorrect information funnels its way up to the safety director ...
By Joseph W. Ambash, Cheryl Behymer, Thomas Birchfield, Ted Boehm, Caroline Brown, Melissa Dials, Rosemary Gousman, Lori Halber, Alvaro Hasani, Marty Heller, Phillips McWilliams, Richard Meneghello, Joshua Nadreau, Brett Owens, Cheryl Pinarchick, Heather Steele, Sheila Willis
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 ...
By Edwin Foulke, Jr.
There's a new tool that can give businesses around the world an edge over their competition. In many cases, this advantage could be the difference that helps an organization to be successful ...
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