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Lost at Sea or. No Safe Harbor

Compensation Cafe

On October 6 Europe’s highest court struck down an international agreement (Safe Harbor) that has allowed thousands of companies to easily transfer personal data from Europe to the U.S. This lawsuit appeared to be the “final straw” in a string of incidents involving data privacy beginning in 2013 with the revelation that American intelligence agencies had access to people’s online activities. The ruling highlights the different views towards online data protection.

How to Comply with the New Overtime Rules in 2020


Bureau of Labor and Statistics found that in 2013 fulltime workers averaged 42.5 Employers would do well to evaluate their systems for several payroll items, including bonuses, overtime tracking, and daily time-keeping of time worked. Fortunately, there are several financial maneuvers and tactics that can allow companies to maintain compliance with the new laws while still maintaining their payroll costs at a manageable level for financial success.