With daylight savings, your employees may start taking more time off to enjoy the great weather with their friends and family.
A Hawaiian company operating a dormitory-style hostel on the Island of Waikiki has been ordered to pay $110,000 to 91 employees under violations of the Fair Labor Standards Act.
A New York-based restaurant chain is being sued for the second time in eight months for time and attendance violations.
A now defunct, Chicago-based grocery store chain is being taken to court by two former managers for time and attendance violations related to unpaid overtime.
An Ohio-based mortgage company is being sued for time and attendance violations regarding unpaid overtime by two former employees who worked as underwriters for the company.
A national fast food chain is being taken to court by employees in the states of California, Michigan and New York for misuse of employee management software and other time and attendance violations.
In a move viewed as having political ramifications in an election year, President Barack Obama will attempt to make sweeping policy changes regarding payment of overtime to workers under the Fair Labor Standards Act.
An assemblyman in California is being taken to court by a paralegal working on a campaign who clocked more hours than the individual was paid for.
A temporary employment agency in Massachusetts is facing both a lawsuit alleging unpaid overtime from current and former workers as well as issues with business registration from the state government.
A Washington company primarily engaged in the installation of drywall materials will have to pay approximately $550,000 to current and former employees, based on a decision from the U.S. Department of Labor.