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.

From Marijuana To #MeToo—Top Employment Law Updates For 2019

PlanSource

We’re only a quarter through 2019 and employment law is already changing at a rapid pace, with an increasingly widespread commitment to greater pay equity, access to paid leave, and protection from harassment and discrimination. This salary level was set in 2004.

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Marijuana Laws Are Changing: Here’s What to Consider for Your Workplace

Sterling Talent Solutions

Workplace drug testing positivity rate is at its highest levels since 2004, and the positivity rate for marijuana has increased nearly 17% since 2014, and nearly 24% for federally-mandated drug testing.

How to Write Job Descriptions

BerniePortal

By the 2000s, this was really the standard practice for advertising a job - Monster bought jobs.com in 2002, LinkedIn was launched in 2003, and Indeed was launched in 2004. A lot of candidates will self-select themselves out if they feel they don’t meet enough of your requirements.

Paying Police and Firefighters: Serving the Public and Our Workplaces

HR Daily Advisor

So long as the employee meets the criteria above, he or she is an employee “employed in fire protection activities” as defined by the FLSA. Prince also served as an expert on several audio conferences discussing the 2004 changes to the federal regulations under the Fair Labor Standards Act.

Secrets And Lies: 5 Ways To Free Your Hiring Bias

TalentCulture

They’re routinely considered “too short” to be leaders in the C-suite, as shown in a study from 2004 that turned into a long-lasting benchmark on implicit bias. Circular logic, meet backasswards recruiting strategies. Hiring bias? Did I just use the b -word? Not us.

How FLSA Public Employer and Employee Coverage Differs from Private

HR Daily Advisor

Most employers will meet those criteria. First, an employer may have to include the gross income of related businesses in determining whether they meet the $500,000 gross income threshold.

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.

Salaried Employees Can Be Exempt or Nonexempt—Clearing the Confusion

HR Daily Advisor

They meet special duty criteria established by the U.S. The FLSA exempts broad categories of “white collar” jobs from minimum wage and overtime requirements if they meet certain tests regarding job duties and responsibilities and are paid a certain minimum salary.

Public Employees Who Volunteer: Do You Know the Rules Under the FLSA?

HR Daily Advisor

Volunteer work performed by public employees must also meet the same additional requirements as employees of private companies for determining volunteer work status. Not everyone who performs services for an employer is an employee.

State Minimum Wage Increases for 2019 (Map)

HR Daily Advisor

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. Prince also served as an expert on several audio conferences discussing the 2004 changes to the federal regulations under the Fair Labor Standards Act.

Predictive Scheduling Provides Shift Notice and Income Consistency for Employees

HR Daily Advisor

Employees may request a preferred schedule in order to meet their commitments outside working hours. Prince also served as an expert on several audio conferences discussing the 2004 changes to the federal regulations under the Fair Labor Standards Act.

Was There Fallout from Nuclear Plant Employee’s ADA Claim?

HR Daily Advisor

In 2004, “Cathy” began working as a security officer at one of Exelon Nuclear Security’s nuclear generating stations in Braceville. that she be transferred to an alternative position) and determined that she did not meet the definition of “qualified individual.”

Celebrating International Women’s Day at The Predictive Index

PI Worldwide

It took the SVP with kids longer to grow in her career trajectory because she had to overcome gender discrimination. Heather: I have been a part of the PI family since 2004 and in a partner leadership role since 2012. To equip an organization with the tools to suspend judgment, assume positive intent, and meet others’ needs for the greater good is to radically unlock performance potential.

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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.

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. As we previously reported , last week the U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) issued its first Opinion Letters in 9 years.

The Ins and Outs of Deductions From Pay

HR Daily Advisor

Thus, an employer may not take credit for such items in meeting its obligations toward paying the minimum wage. Prince also served as an expert on several audio conferences discussing the 2004 changes to the federal regulations under the Fair Labor Standards Act.

“How Extremely Busy Executives Make Time To Be Great Parents”, With Dr. Ely Weinschneider & Caleb Silver

Thrive Global

I learned pretty quickly about discrimination, even though I knew we were privileged. In 2004 I was recruited to CNN to help run CNNfn, it’s now defunct business news channel. They were incredibly enthusiastic, so I arranged to meet the leadership of Investopedia.

WIRTW #459 (the “weeps” edition)

Ohio Employer's Law

Here’s what I read this week: Discrimination. My intern told a horribly offensive joke at a meeting with other companies — via Ask a Manager. How did I not know this was a thing? Last summer, The Beatles released a remix of my favorite song of theirs, “While My Guitar Gently Weeps”.

Could You Telecommute From Italy?

45 Things

Sometimes the highlight of my day is meeting the new UPS driver. And even though he lived in Venice in 2004 to 2005, he says what he did is still possible today. Except for the Christmas party, I didn't miss a meeting or event," he says. "I Frangipane says his wife found much more discrimination than in the United States; most employers won't hire non-Italians. Or cleaning out my keyboard that has become gummed up with peanut butter (the hazards of eating at your desk.)

State Minimum Wage Increases for 2018 (Map)

HR Daily Advisor

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. Prince also served as an expert on several audio conferences discussing the 2004 changes to the federal regulations under the Fair Labor Standards Act.

Secrets And Lies: 5 Ways To Free Your Hiring Bias

SAP Innovation

They’re routinely considered “too short” to be leaders in the C-suite, as shown in a study from 2004 that turned into a long-lasting benchmark on implicit bias. Circular logic, meet backasswards recruiting strategies. It is undoubtedly part of our own set of unconscious biases that certain instances of discrimination infuriate us to the point of deciding the offender must be guilty. Hiring bias? Did I just use the b -word? Not us. So say countless companies’ recruiters.

This Is How One Man Has Spent His Life Studying the Roots of Good and Evil

Thrive Global

I was interviewed recently by Salzburg Global Seminar, a wonderful organization that has been conducting seminars/meetings for over 25 years, many about issues that relate to my work. The meetings take place in a former castle in a beautiful environment in Salzburg, Austria. In Rwanda, after eight years of workshops with varied groups, including national leaders, in 2004, we began to broadcast educational radio programs that are still ongoing.