Hao Hao restaurants in Austin, Texas, recently settled an employee lawsuit by agreeing to pay 10 workers more than $70,000.
Employees in the restaurant industry may pose problems for employers who are unfamiliar with the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA).
In a survey of more than 100 CEOs and executives, recruiting top talent was listed as one of the key components to success, according to the Boulder County Business Report
When the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) was first introduced in 1938, it covered basic labor rights for employees such as minimum wage standards, overtime and protection for young workers.
Nannies in New York, and the employers who pay them, may not know about a law that guarantees them rights to the same wage benefits as workers in hourly positions, according to The Associated Press.
The manufacturing industry encompasses a wide range of companies, including food, textile, chemical, electrical equipment, furniture and machinery.
Best Western Plus Lansing and Red Roof Inn Muskegon were recently ordered to pay more than 700 workers will receive a portion of the $162,000 in back wages.
Given advancements in technology, a growing number of industries are untethering their employees and letting them work from home.
The Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) was introduced in 1938 to ensure employees were being paid fairly and receiving basic benefits from employers.