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Can you fire an employee who refuses a flu shot? Read on…

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UPDATE: This final rule has been put on hold until DOL has an opportunity to appeal or submit a new rule. Update expected in 2019. Do you know and understand the overtime exemption rule recently released by the Department of Labor? In this video, Lisa Smith gives an overview of a few important “next steps” employers […]

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Do you know and understand the overtime exemption rule recently released by the Department of Labor? In this video, Lisa Smith gives an overview of which duties qualify an individual for exemption. The DOL’s new overtime final rule is here. May 18, 2016 saw the release of the long awaited details employers may or may […]

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Check out this article by Safety First Consulting. New OSHA Training Rule Can Be Avoided If You Do This One Thing Until Next Time, Be Audit-Secure! Lisa Smith About LISA SMITH Lisa Smith is CEO of Andere Development, LLC and Chief Content Developer at BeAuditSecure.com. Follow her on Twitter, connect with her on LinkedIn, listen to her Small Business […]

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UPDATE: This final rule has been put on hold until DOL has an opportunity to appeal or submit a new rule. Update expected in 2019. Is your company aware of the recent release of the final rule for FLSA overtime exemption? Be sure you are up to date with all the new FLSA updates. In […]

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Lazy Learners, Paid Leave and Recreational Marijuana – 3 articles you do NOT want to miss.

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A Massachusetts non-compete bill is stuck again! Lawmakers have failed, once again, to come to an agreement on legislation that would clarify the use of non-compete agreements by employers.

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Are you aware of federal and state employment laws that may may  have changed in  your state or local area? Read on to be sure you are in the  know for this last half of 2016!

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Let’s play “Spot the Error(s)”. Headline: Atlanta based rapper T.I. sued by employees at Scales 925, his downtown Atlanta restaurant. Read the article below and see how many violations you can spot.

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The DOL’s latest move has made reviewing your FMLA policy and procedure mandatory, unless you enjoy paying fines. The DOL recently issued a new General FMLA Notice for employers to display in the workplace. They also said that using the new version of the notice (poster) is optional for those who are already using the 2013 version, there was […]

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