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Ouch! Somebody got Stapled. I was 5 years old. In kindergarten when Mrs. Cash told me she would staple my mouth shut for talking to much and asking too many questions. I told her that my daddy would call the police and she would be in jail if she did that. She spanked me. It was her job to nurture […]
OMG! The DOL has promised us the new proposed guidelines for classifying Exempt workers No-Later-Than June 18th of this year. That’s pretty exciting stuff for employment law geeks like me! But, WAIT! There’s more………….
That crazy DOL! Boy can they play with employers when they want.
Uh oh! Even the attorneys get it wrong sometimes. Exempt Employee Misclassification is not joke! The case has not actually been decided. But, the claim sounds reasonable. The thing that makes this case so intriguing and not just a little bit scary is the fact that this particular law firm advertises Wage and Hour Law as […]
US Labor Department updates Family and Medical Leave Act’s definition of spouse Effective March 27, 2015, workers in legal, same-sex marriages, regardless of the state in which they live, will now have the same rights as those in opposite-sex marriages to federal job-protected leave under the Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) to care for a spouse with […]
And he needs time off. Well, it’s a good thing Massachusetts has replaced the state Maternity Leave Act with the Parental Leave Act. Effective April 7, 2015, the Massachusetts Maternity Leave Act will be replaced by the Parental Leave Act (“PLA”) which broadens the scope of the Maternity Leave Act by providing parental leave rights […]