With daylight savings, your employees may start taking more time off to enjoy the great weather with their friends and family.
The U.S. arm of a Chinese auto manufacturer recently paid a small financial penalty after the resolution of an investigation into its payment practices.
A prominent timeshare company could face nonpayment litigation from a large group of employees in a lawsuit alleging improper compensation for employee time worked across a multi-year period.
A particularly tough mistake for businesses to rectify is the misclassification of employees, falsely believing that a worker who should be paid hourly under the regulations of the Fair Labor Standards Act qualifies as a salaried staff member.
The franchisee of a pizza delivery business in New York City was found to have incorrectly recorded hours worked by employees, leading to a class-action lawsuit that cost the local company $1.28 million.
Local governments in cold weather locales often have difficulty budgeting money for the various costs caused by ice, sleet and other forms of winter conditions.
The new owners of an existing restaurant and bar in Oregon are responsible for paying the back wages of workers who were employed at the same location and in the same general capacity, according to a ruling from the Ore. Supreme Court.
A senator from New York has introduced legislation backed by major labor union for bus drivers that would provide some workers who drive large, over-the-road transport vehicles with overtime pay.
The city of Quincy, Ill. is trying to end a sick-day buyback program that hits the municipal budget with an approximate cost of $130,000 each fiscal year.
A group of workers at a call center that works with insurance exchanges under the Affordable Care Act have claimed that they were denied earned overtime pay.