Summer Dress Code at Work

Is Your Dress Code Ready for Summer?

It is summertime, and you know what that means – it is the season when your employees bare arms, legs, and maybe more than you want to see. Find out five tips you …

Where Does NLRA Apply?

Prohibiting Pay Discussion May Trigger NLRA Issues Q&A

Discussing compensation is considered a “concerted activity” and is protected under the NLRA, so rules limiting employees from talking about their pay may violate that law. Find out what the NLRA protects …

FLSA Compliance for Non-Work Time

Non-Working Time: Do You Know When It Must Be Paid?

You know that nonexempt employees must be paid for all hours they actually perform work. But what about time when they are not really working? The FLSA requires you to …

Meal Breaks Required by Law to Employees

Meal Breaks: Issues When Employees Work Through Q&A

How should you deal with nonexempt employees who want to work through meal breaks to shorten their workdays? Should you allow this practice, or is it better to enforce your meal periods?…

Employee Pay for Multiple Jobs

Pay for Employees Performing More than One Job Q&A

If you have employees who want to work additional jobs for extra pay, you need to make sure you are paying them properly. Nonexempt employees may be owed overtime, while exempt …

Employee Snow Day Policy

Snow Days and Pay Q&A

Do you know what your obligations are to employees who cannot get to work on bad weather days? See what attorney Robin Thomas has to say about your obligations snow day pay and what you …