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April 30, 2019, Authored by Craig Olafsson, Blog: Compliance
The U.S. Department of Labor has proposed new rules relating to the employees’ exemption from overtime eligibility. This proposal would revise the overtime rules in the Fair Labor Standards Act to increase the overtime salary exemption level from $455 per week ($23,660 annually) to $679 per week or $35,308 annual salary. The target effective date […]
November 28, 2017, Authored by Kristi French, Blog: Compliance
A company that sells a product at a location other than its place of business or a finance company that purchases a contract for such sale should be aware of consumer cancellation rights under the Federal Trade Commission’s (FTC’s) Cooling-Off Rule and related state laws. Under the FTC’s Cooling-Off Rule, a consumer has three days […]
July 27, 2017, Authored by Craig Olafsson, Blog: Compliance
Nowadays the hiring process can be very tricky with lots of pitfalls to avoid. A simple, innocent but “wrong” question can lead to liability on the part of the would-be employer. Here are a few examples of questions to avoid asking an interviewee. 1. Are you an American citizen? What country are you from? Employers […]
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