Topic: wage

Workplace Need to Know: Latest On Wage and Hour Law

“Under Title VII, the top six most frequently challenged [employment] practices [in 2012] were discharge/constructive discharge, harassment/intimidation, terms and condition of employment, discipline, promotion, and wages. Even though the number of charges dipped, the EEOC obtained a historic amount of money from private employers through its administrative process – $365.4 million.” (Littler) According to statistics… Read more »

Doc of the Day: Just Because Your Employees Telecommute Doesn’t Mean You Get a Free Pass on Wage-Hour Laws

Fisher & Phillips reminds employers that offering workplace flexibility options to their employees — telecommuting, atypical hours, alternative work patterns, for example — does not give them a pass on complying with wage and hour laws: “Under the federal Fair Labor Standards Act alone, thorny issues are presented by employees who spend less worktime on-premises… Read more »