The Risks of Mandating English in the Workplace

Ensuring Equal Pay: Why Auditing Job Descriptions and Payroll Metrics is Crucial

Beyond Essential Functions: The True Scope of ADA Reasonable Accommodations

Does an employer need to provide an ADA reasonable accommodation for a non-essential job function – such as the ability to enter the workplace in a…

Uncovering Inventory Shrinkage: A Cautionary Tale for Employers

Introduction: In the challenging landscape of retail, inventory shrinkage can be a persistent and costly issue for businesses, leading some employers to…

Overtime Shockwave: The $131K Wake-Up Call for Worker Classification

Introduction: The intricacies of employment classification can be a maze for employers, and a recent case involving a Hawaiian security firm serves as a…

Unintentional Overtime Pay Gaps: The Costly Consequences of Wage Theft

In the intricate landscape of employment regulations, even unintentional lapses in overtime payment can have significant repercussions. The U.S.…

Classifying Workers as Employees or Independent Contractors

Why is there a lot of buzz recently about classifying workers as either employees or independent contractors?

The Department of Labor (DOL) just…

How Long Do Employers Have to Correct Pay Errors?

Our company just realized that we made an error in the amount of an employee’s pay – how long do we have to fix it?

Mistakes happen. There is, however, no…

Balancing Act: The Vital Role of Compliance with Federal, State, and Local Sick Time Laws

In the intricate dance of employment regulations, the harmony between federal, state, and local sick time laws is crucial for a balanced workplace.…