Let’s start with the most important of the three, which is clearly the Zoom chat. Continue reading
I conduct Fair Labor Standards Act (wage-and-hour) audits for clients. Among other things, I help them determine whether they are paying at least the minimum wage to all employees. But, more importantly, I confirm which employees are entitled to overtime (time-and-a-half for working more than 40 hours in a workweek) and ensure that the company is paying these employees all that they are owed. Continue reading
We’ll try again tomorrow.
This post has nothing to do with employment law and everything to do with breakfast choices. Thus, with one finger squarely on the pulse of HR-compliance — we’ll get back to that on Monday — and another on the most important meal of the day, I bring you the Meyer breakfast cereal cabinet….ranked!
Or, as Senator Tammy Baldwin (D-WI) proclaims in this press release for the introduction of the Fair Employment Protection Act of 2016, this legislation “restores workplace protections to ensure that Americans harassed on the job by their supervisors are treated fairly and receive the justice they deserve.”
It’s all in the eye of the beholder, I suppose.
***ducks Bernie Sanders paperweight***