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Month: December 2016

Retailers end on-call scheduling

On-call scheduling has long been a controversial topic in the retail industry. The practice puts employees at a variety of disadvantages. The practice of on-call scheduling will no longer be used at six large retailers. Following an investigation by nine attorney...

New law protects freelance workers

There are plenty of people who work nontraditional jobs. Freelancing is a common example, and can offer a way for professionals to have more flexibility in their work.Freelancing, however, also comes with drawbacks. Complaints about unpaid wages are relatively common...

About that new overtime rule . . .

We recently wrote about the Department of Labor's new overtime rule that would have raised the floor for the overtime exemption for non-exempt employees from $23,660 to $47,476. Set to take effect on December 1, 2016, the rule was a hotbed of political activity and...

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