With daylight savings, your employees may start taking more time off to enjoy the great weather with their friends and family.
A class-action suit filed by a group of more than 100 current and former law enforcement personnel in Colorado's Jefferson County was dismissed by a federal judge.
A high-end hotel located near a Texas airport was recently ruled against in a time and attendance lawsuit that noted the business willfully violated various Fair Labor Standards Act provisions, including rules regulating minimum wage and overtime.
A lawsuit has been brought against a small pharmacy chain in West Virginia by a former employee who has claimed she wasn't properly paid based on Fair Labor Standards Act requirements.
A group of warehouse workers subcontracted by an intermediary for a major big box retail chain recently settled a legal complaint about overtime pay and other Fair Labor Standards Act issues.
The recent certification of a national class for a lawsuit against a major tool, material and hardware chain may have added momentum to the legal action.
A Calif.-based company involved in real estate sales and online referrals has agreed to a settlement with a group of current and former employees that will cost the business approximately $1.7 million.
A possible change to the pay structure of a union representing eight employees of an east-central Pennsylvania city could positively impact both parties.
A chef formerly employed at a New Jersey restaurant has claimed that he was improperly compensated for work he put in at the facility, with employee attendance and pay discrepancies at the heart of the suit.
A news anchor working for local stations in Oregon has claimed that his employers improperly compensated him and his colleagues for the amount of time put in on the job.