When Was the Last Time You Reviewed Your Employee Handbook?

When we meet with clients, it’s not uncommon for the client to mention a dispute with an employee about overtime, disability, health benefits and other issues. The first question we always ask is, “Is it covered in your employee handbook?” Unfortunately, many companies don’t realize that the employee handbook should be a priority until after […]

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New York State Enacts Its Own Overtime Pay Rules

In a previous post, we discussed the new federal rules governing overtime pay, which have yet to be implemented due to legal challenges. The minimum salary threshold for eligible employees will increase to $47,476 per year if the new rules make it through the courts and become the law of the land. While new federal rules […]

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What You Need to Know About Proposed Overtime Rule Changes

New rules governing overtime pay were set to go into effect on December 1, 2016, until an injunction put the changes on hold. That injunction is being appealed by the Department of Justice on behalf of the Department of Labor. At this point, nobody knows for sure if or when the new rules will be […]

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