May 31, 2016
U.S. Supreme Court Rejects EEOC's Attorney Fee Argument
The EEOC may one day face a $4.5 million attorney's fee following a ruling by the U.S. Supreme Court. Leslie Zieren examines. Read more...
Managing Unauthorized Overtime: What Managers Need To Know
When an employee works overtime without authorization, many managers want to withhold wage payments. Leslie Zieren examines why this is not a best practice. Read more...
New Overtime Rules Are Here: Their Impact And What Employers Need To Consider
Employers have been waiting for nearly a year for the DOL revisions to the overtime rules. Jack McCalmon lays out the new changes, their impact and provides steps employers can take. Read more...
How Negative Work Cultures Can Affect Productivity And Cause Litigation
A positive work culture can do wonders for your productivity, but the opposite can do more than chase off your best performers. Leslie Zieren examines. Read more...
EEOC Publishes Its Position On Employees With Disabilities, Return-to-Work And Leave
The EEOC published a document with examples of how employers should address leave policies regarding employees with disabilities.read more
How An Employee-Vendor Scheme Cost One Employer $4.5 Million
FBI investigates an employee's office supply scheme that left one public employer $4.5 million short. We examine the scheme and what lessons employers can learn.read more
Do You Need To Pay More To Keep Your Best Employees?
A survey reveals many employees believe they need to seek out a new employer to receive a pay raise. We explore how an economy on the rebound may put your talent at risk.read more