Hey Employer don’t look to the USDOL for help

I recently attended a seminar conducted by the law firm Fisher & Phillips. During the presentations attorney Matt Simpson told us about some changes that the US Department of Labor has instituted that appear to be very anti-employer.  This was reiterated in an article written by attorney John E. Thompson that appeared in TLNT. How …

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It Will Cost Me How Much? A Story of Misclassification and Improper Deductions

When you read stories of the US Department of Labor visiting companies I am sure many of you think “Well that is a big company, they will never visit me, I am a small company.” I am here to tell you that nothing could be further from the truth. I know of a twenty person …

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Timekeeping Methods the USDOL Encourages Your Employees to Use

In case you haven’t heard the U.S. Department of Labor, Wage and Hour Divison, is encouraging your employees to report you. They are doing this several ways, including three timekeeping methods the encourage your employees to use. Of course this is nothing new. The Department of Labor has always been the instrument to investigate and …

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