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Timekeeping For Exempt Employees

May 19, 2015 04:30
by John E. Thompson
Should an employer keep records of the time worked by employees who qualify for an FLSA minimum-wage and/or overtime exemption?

Exemptions And Exceptions | Recordkeeping | Timekeeping

FLSA Exemption Revisions Sent To OMB (Updated 05 08 15: Proposals To Be Out By June 18)

May 6, 2015 02:51
by John E. Thompson
Proposed new definitions for the FLSA's Section 13(a)(1) executive, administrative, professional, outside-sales, and derivative exemptions have been submitted to OMB for review.

FLSA Exemption Changes: More On Salaried-Employee Alternatives

May 1, 2015 01:55
by John E. Thompson
Employers are permitted to take cost-control concerns into account in designing a variety of new pay plans for employees who become non-exempt as the result of revisions in the U.S. Labor Department's exemption regulations.

Court Rejects Kentucky Wage-Hour Representative Actions

March 20, 2015 01:39
by Tim Weatherholt
The Kentucky Court of Appeals has ruled that neither collective actions nor class actions are authorized under the Kentucky Wages and Hours Act.

Enforcement | Litigation | State-Specific Posts

"No Opinion Letters" Policy Reaffirmed

March 16, 2015 07:21
by John E. Thompson
U.S. Wage and Hour Administrator David Weil has said that the Wage and Hour Division will not resume the practice of issuing opinion letters in response to questions about FLSA compliance.

Compliance | Government Enforcement

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