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Written by:  Sean Williamson On September 22, 2020, the Department of Labor (“DOL”) issued a proposed rule that attempts to clarify the distinction between employees covered by the Fair Labor Standards Act (“FLSA”) and independent contractors.  The FLSA requires covered
Continue Reading DOL Issues Proposed Rule Clarifying Distinction Between Employees and Independent Contractors Under the FLSA

Written by:  Sean Williamson On September 22, 2020, the Department of Labor (“DOL”) issued a proposed rule that attempts to clarify the distinction between employees covered by the Fair Labor Standards Act (“FLSA”) and independent contractors.  The FLSA requires covered
Continue Reading DOL Issues Proposed Rule Clarifying Distinction Between Employees and Independent Contractors Under the FLSA

by Daniel Reed The Department of Labor (“DOL”) recently provided clarity on issues related to remote work and remote learning. Reasonable Diligence in Tracking Remote Work Employee Hours The DOL issued guidance on employers’ obligation to track the work hours
Continue Reading DOL Issues Guidance on Tracking Remote Work Hours and Childcare Leave Eligibility on Child’s Remote Learning Days

by Daniel Reed The Department of Labor (“DOL”) recently provided clarity on issues related to remote work and remote learning. Reasonable Diligence in Tracking Remote Work Employee Hours The DOL issued guidance on employers’ obligation to track the work hours
Continue Reading DOL Issues Guidance on Tracking Remote Work Hours and Childcare Leave Eligibility on Child’s Remote Learning Days

Written by:  Meredith L. Eason Most employers have implemented new policies to comply with OSHA’s requirement to provide a safe workplace and to limit the spread of COVID-19.  These new policies typically include enhanced cleaning procedures, facemask and social distancing
Continue Reading Can Employers Limit Off-Duty Activities and Travel During the COVID-19 Pandemic?

Written by:  Meredith L. Eason Most employers have implemented new policies to comply with OSHA’s requirement to provide a safe workplace and to limit the spread of COVID-19.  These new policies typically include enhanced cleaning procedures, facemask and social distancing
Continue Reading Can Employers Limit Off-Duty Activities and Travel During the COVID-19 Pandemic?