EEO-1 Pay Data Reporting

EEO-1 Pay Data Reporting

In 2010, the EEOC ordered a study in an attempt to determine various ways to improve the prohibition of pay discrimination and determined that there would be great value in analyzing pay data should that information be submitted with standard EEO-1 reports. This study...
The Independent Contractor – A New Proposed Rule

The Independent Contractor – A New Proposed Rule

Classifying your workers as employees or independent contractors can be quite the task for management and human resources. Making certain that individuals are appropriately classified is vitally important to ensure compliance with state and federal law, ensuring that...
Proposed Overtime Rule – Are You Affected?

Proposed Overtime Rule – Are You Affected?

Since last fall, we have been monitoring the issuance of a proposed rule from the Department of Labor (DOL) which had been slated for March, 2019. This change would implement significant changes to exempt classifications, particularly to the minimum salary threshold...
The Most (Inconvenient) Time of the Year!

The Most (Inconvenient) Time of the Year!

With cold and flu season being in full effect, many of us have had to take a few days off to rest up and beat the miserable symptoms that this time of year promises. Whether you fall ill yourself, have to take time off to take care of a sick child, or have to manage...

The Naughty or Nice List

Let’s face it, we all have favorite employees and coworkers. Once we start recognizing that we are always going to be inclined to like certain individuals more than others, we can start overcoming the biases that come along with it. Seth Godin recently wrote an...

We Control the Norm

I rarely, if ever, make comments on our political environment. However, in light of our recent election, I felt that something needed to be said about the divide felt by many in our country. A large portion of individuals who are a fundamental part of our society feel...
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