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Refusal to Undergo Medical Exam Tanks Michigan Worker’s ADA Claim

HR Daily Advisor

Sam” began working for the city of Flushing, Michigan in 2004. Management held a meeting between Sam and his alleged harassers on August 29, and they “agreed things were going much better between them now.” The U.S.

Is Travel Time Compensable for Technicians Paid on an Hourly Basis?

HR Daily Advisor

If an employee has to report to a central meeting site to pick up equipment, supplies, or coworkers, or to get instructions or an itinerary, work time starts at that location. FLSA/Wages Leave Management, Policy, and Compliance employees employer office travel

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Vermont Recreational Marijuana Goes Into Effect July 1, 2018

Precheck

Although medical marijuana has been legal in the state since 2004, the passage of Act 86 expands protections for medical marijuana cardholders in ways that could potentially impact employers. As of 2004, Vermont has had medical marijuana available to state residents with qualifying conditions.

State Minimum Wage Increases for 2019 (Map)

HR Daily Advisor

Determining exactly what constitutes hours worked is essential in determining an employee’s compensation and compliance with both minimum wage and overtime requirements of the act. This broad definition of hours worked may require that an employee be compensated for time the employer does not otherwise consider working time, such as travel time, waiting time and certain meal, rest and sleep periods, and time the employee is required to spend in training, at seminars, or in meetings.

Navigating Labor Law Changes in 2016

Synergy

The Department of Labor last updated regulations regarding minimum wage and overtime back in 2004, which means there could be significant changes coming this year. Employee administration is complex enough as it is and requires a high level of expertise to avoid negligence and meet compliance.

State Minimum Wage Increases for 2018 (Map)

HR Daily Advisor

Determining exactly what constitutes hours worked is essential in determining an employee’s compensation and compliance with both minimum wage and overtime requirements of the act. This broad definition of hours worked may require that an employee be compensated for time the employer does not otherwise consider working time, such as travel time, waiting time and certain meal, rest and sleep periods, and time the employee is required to spend in training, at seminars, or in meetings.