With daylight savings, your employees may start taking more time off to enjoy the great weather with their friends and family.
A hotel operator deliberately kept two sets of time records in an effort to avoid paying overtime. The result was predictable. The employer was caught and had to pay almost $42,000 in back wages and penalties.
A national discount retail chain has successfully argued that its managers are exempt workers and do not earn overtime pay when putting in more than 40 hours during a given workweek.
An Alabama city government is working toward settling a lawsuit brought by the municipality's firefighters, but it will likely cost a significant amount of money.
A Pennsylvania hospital and health care system is in the process of negotiating a settlement with current and former employees over alleged improper overtime calculations.
An appeal in a labor lawsuit has made it possible for the former employee of an automotive glass repair company to possibly create a class-action lawsuit.
Unless involved in an independent league, minor-league baseball players on teams across the country are employed by major league organizations.
Employee classification can be difficult, considering the multi-step tests that must apply in whole for workers to be exempt from the wage and overtime provisions of the federal Fair Labor Standards Act.
A member of the cheerleading team for an Ohio-based professional football squad has filed a lawsuit based on alleged employee time and pay discrepancies, following the steps of another cheerleader from California who filed a similar suit in late January.
A lawsuit over employee classification gained steam as a group of 9,800 current and former staff members at a major computer and electronics manufacturer received permission to conditionally function as a single class.