Get Ready for Upcoming FLSA Overtime Changes

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Just last month the U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) announced the proposed changes to the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) overtime rule. The proposed changes include an increase in the overtime salary threshold for white-collar exempt employees to...

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Know Before They Go: How to Ease the Pain of Employee Departures

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Employees are your company’s most important asset. When one of them leaves – whether by their choice or yours – morale, productivity and sometimes even your company culture can be affected.

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Job Titles Alone Don’t Determine Who’s Exempt from Overtime Pay

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Under the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA), “nonexempt” U.S. employees must be paid at least the federal minimum wage and one-and-one-half times their regular rate of pay for any hours they work over 40 in a workweek. Your business is not required...

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FLSA Basics: A Toolkit for Employers

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Minimum wage and overtime pay standards have been around for decades – since the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) of 1938. Besides setting compensation standards, this federal statute regulates the employment of minors and mandates the kinds of...

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2019 HR Compliance Checklist

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For business owners and HR professionals, ensuring HR compliance is a must. With 2019 well underway, it’s time to take inventory of which annual HR compliance to-dos you’ve checked off your list. As always, it’s best to be proactive. Waiting for...

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FLSA Overtime Rules: How To Accurately Measure Time and Attendance

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The Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) requires all businesses to keep precise and thorough records of the hours exempt and nonexempt employees work, both by work day and week. Accurately tracking employees’ work hours under the FLSA is challenging...

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DOL to Announce Overtime Rule Changes This Year; Small Businesses May Pay More

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After several years of discussion, the U.S. Department of Labor is expected to announce its new overtime rule this year. In March, we'll likely get an indication of what the DOL plans to do.

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How to Handle Employment Verification Calls

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As an employer, you'll likely receive your fair share of employment verification requests. And while the first thing to come to mind when you hear "employment verification" may be prospective employers inquiring about past employees, these...

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What Employees Really Want from Work

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Have you ever wondered why some companies are consistently recognized as being one of the best places to work? What is it about these organizations that is so desirable? It doesn’t happen by coincidence and it’s not a quick and easy fix, like...

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New Year, New HR Trends: 4 Transformations to Watch for in 2019

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If there’s one thing we can all agree on, last year was a busy year for human resources professionals and business owners. For starters, it was the first time ever there were more jobs than people out of work. According to the Bureau of Labor...

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