With daylight savings, your employees may start taking more time off to enjoy the great weather with their friends and family.
A small group of former law enforcement workers in Middlesex County, Va. has settled with their employer after filing a lawsuit that reached the local Federal District Court.
A lawsuit over payment and exemption status for a California tourism company was recently settled, with compensation for the affected employees totaling about $250,000.
More than $10 million is at stake in a class-action lawsuit filed in California that includes at least 300 current and former workers as plaintiffs.
A management company in Louisiana is being sued by a former employee over claims that the business owes back pay for work done at the end of 2012 and the beginning of 2013.
Overall employment in the U.S. saw positive growth in January, although the increase was slight and not up to the expectations of some pundits.
Companies that produce films, television shows and stage performances may have to change their approach to learning opportunities in light of a ruling by a federal district court that found interns working on a wide-release film were actually employees and deserved wages for their time and attendance.
Although improperly categorizing staff already can lead to large penalties and costly legal entanglements, a new proposed federal law would increase the price paid by businesses that incorrectly designate non-exempt workers as independent contractors or as exempt from hourly time and attendance compensation requirements.
A legal action filed by a former cheerleader for a California professional football team has created enough attention to initiate an investigation into the situation by the U.S. Department of Labor.
A lawsuit filed by current and former workers against a company that produces electronic components in California was denied an application for class-action status, although the suit itself will go forward.