Tag Archives: Coronavirus

DOL Updates Guidance on Family First Coronavirus Response Act Leave

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Last week, we discussed the bulletin released late last Friday by the Department of Labor (DOL) announcing that the agency would stop routinely seeking liquidated damages in pre-litigation settlements under the Fair Labor Standards Act. The DOL had a busy ...

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July Brings DOL Forbearance on Liquidated Damages in Wage Claims, Investigations

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Effective today, July 1, 2020, the U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) is cutting employers a temporary break. As we discussed back in March, employers can be sued for violations of the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA), such as failing to ...

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Navigating the Coronavirus Unemployment / Return To Work Dilemma

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I will be part of a Bloomberg Law panel tomorrow, May 13, entitled “Reopening During Coronavirus: What Employers Need to Know” (click the link for free registration, with CLE available for attorneys). One of the more interesting wage and hour ...

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FLSA FAQ: The FLSA and Coronavirus: Paying Employees during the COVID-19 Outbreak while minimizing Wage and Hour Risk

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The Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak, first identified in Wuhan, Hubei Province, China is increasingly creating challenges for employers in the United States seeking to protect their workforces and customers, and maintain continuity of operations. While much of the focus has understandably ...

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