Few groups are as precise and detailed oriented as Payroll. That’s what makes them perfect for the job, right? But they’re not infallible.
A new bill designed to stop misclassification has landed in Congress. Should it pass, you’ll be hit with much more stringent reporting responsibilities.
Employers will do the darndest things to avoid paying overtime. Here’s a very extreme example.
Here’s a class action lawsuit employers everywhere will want to watch closely.
When months of inappropriate comments and unwanted sexual advances proved futile, this manager took his harassment to the next level — and now he’s headed to court.
It’s one thing to have a standard March Madness pool in the office; it’s something else altogether to bet on some of these things.
Salaried or exempt? On the clock or off? How well-versed are you on the ins and outs of the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA)? Take this quiz to find out.
Here’s some extra motivation to ensure your pay policies are up to snuff: You can be held personally responsible if they aren’t.
Let your HR and Benefits staffers know they may have a significantly increased workload sometime in the very near future.