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Democrats Now Want White Collar Exemption Salary Level to Be Much Higher

USA - June 21 2019 I blogged last week about the back and forth on the new USDOL proposed salary threshold for exempt status, at approximately $35,000 per year. Well...

The New Jersey Unemployment Law’s ABC Test: Alphabet Soup Tough for Employers to Swallow (or Beat)

USA - June 14 2019 The test for independent contractor is often a tough one to meet. Especially in New Jersey which has (as do many other States), the famous (or...

Differing Views on New Salary Level for Exempt Status Set By USDOL: No Surprises Here

USA - June 10 2019 Now that the USDOL has established $35,000 per year as the new threshold for exempt status, several groups have already taken shots at that new salary...

No OT for Hourly Paid Nurses in Offbeat Texas Lawsuit

USA - May 31 2019 This is a very interesting case. A group of nurses at a Texas hospital claimed they their employer intended to pay them an annual salary rather than...

Another Automatic Lunch Deduction FLSA Collective Action: How Many Times Does It Have to Happen?

USA - May 24 2019 I have blogged numerous times about these automatic lunch deduction cases and have suggested remedies. Yet, these cases proliferate. Another very...