Topic: wage and hour law

In The Workplace: Latest Need-to-Know Employment Law News

Keeping track of the latest developments in labor and employment law can be challenging for employers and HR managers. What to know? Health care reforms, revisions to the Family and Medical Leave Act, judicial interpretations of the Fair Labor Standards Act, to be sure. But also textual harassment, workplace investigations, internships, working interviews, and much… Read more »

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 »