October 26, 2016
Crunch Time - How Will Employers Address The New OT Regulations?
The new OT regulations take effect December 1. One retail giant breaks its silence and states how it plans to address the new DOL overtime regulations. Jack McCalmon examines and provides insight. Read more...
Wages And The Weather
Hurricane Matthew leaves east coast states responding to flooding. When the office is closed because of a weather disaster, what should managers know? Leslie Zieren looks at the wage aspects of these disruptions. Read more...
Is Election Speech Protected Speech? How Workplaces Should Address It
A survey indicates that the election and the divided electorate are stressing out the workplace. Jack McCalmon provides some ideas on how employers can minimize their risk from election speech litigation. Read more...
The ADA And Domestic Abuse
Do you manage employees who are the victims of domestic abuse, dating violence or sexual assault? Kirstin Heffner explains the risk for ADA claims. Read more...
Perfect Storm Of Regulation Madness To Hit HR
A survey of HR managers shows that addressing regulations is their biggest concern. We explain why it is about to get worse.read more
Smart Hiring And Retention: Saving Money And Lowering Risk
A new survey gives detail to the cost of hiring employees. We examine the loss prevention benefits of making good hires and retaining them.read more
Showdown At The OT Corral: States Fight Back Against DOL's New Rule
Twenty-one states and business groups sue to stop the DOL's new expansive overtime rule from going into effect. We examine the challenge and how employers should respond.read more