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U.S. DOL Eases Restriction on Tipped Employees

Katarina Harris By Katarina Harris Employers in the hospitality industry have long struggled to follow U.S. DOL guidance limiting circumstances under which they may take a “tip credit” toward their employees’ federal minimum wage. New U.S. DOL guidance eases that … Continue reading

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An appointing authority may formulate and implement procedures to be used to promote its employees

An appointing authority may formulate and implement procedures to be used to promote its employeesSinopidis v Port Authority of New York and New Jersey, 2019 NY Slip Op 00830, Appellate Division, First DepartmentA candidate for promotion from Port Authority of … Continue reading

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CLASS ACTION LAWSUITS ENABLE EMPLOYEES TO COLLECT UNPAID WAGES ON BEHALF OF THEMSELVES AND THOSE SIMILARLY SITUATED

The class action lawsuit is an effective way for employees with small individual wage claims to band together and recover unpaid wages from large, powerful employers. Class action lawsuits provide a cost-effective way for employees to share the costs and … Continue reading

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Elizabeth Warren's Proposal to Give Employees 40% of Corporate Board Seats Will Increase Inequality

This is fascinating: This paper examines how direct involvement of employees in corporate governance affects executive compensation. German law mandates that half of the supervisory board seats… [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, … Continue reading

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Severance for Employees who used to be Contractors

There are three types of working relationships: (1) employer-employee; (2) contractor-independent contractor, and (3) contractor-dependent contractor. All three are treated … The post Severance for Employees who used to be Contractors appeared first on Toronto Employment Lawyers. Read more detail … Continue reading

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