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DOL Starts Enforcing New Home Health Care Provider Rule Today

As we discussed in October, the Supreme Court denied a request to stay the Department of Labor’s new “Home Care” Final Rule, which prohibits third-party employers from using the overtime exemption in the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) for certain domestic ...

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Local Minimum Wage Measures Produce Mixed Bag in 2015 Elections

Those of you who follow me on Twitter know that one of my main focuses from day to day is updating you on ordinances, ballot initiatives, and other local and state actions on minimum wages, paid family or sick leave, and ...

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Spooky Halloween Stories: Al Jazeera Publishes New Editorial Featuring Wage and Hour Division Administrator Dr. David Weil

I tweeted this article out on Twitter last week, but for your Friday reading, I wanted to pass along Al Jazeera’s editorial profile of Dr. David Weil, the administrator of the Department of Labor’s Wage and Hour Division (WHD).  The WHD is ...

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Shepherders and the H-2A Visa: DOL Publishes New Rule on Minimum Wage, Other Issues

In proof that the reach of the Department of Labor, the FLSA, and immigration laws is greater than you ever thought, this past week, the DOL published its Final Rule on shepherders and other herders of range livestock, including goats.  The ...

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Kaplan law school test prep case tests bounds of FLSA Outside Sales exemption

Lawyer readers of the blog will remember BarBRI, Kaplan, and other bar prep providers hawking prep classes, flash cards, practice tests, and more to help law students get through exams and the bar. You also probably remember who their salespeople ...

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Supreme Court Denies Request to Delay DOL Home Care Wage Rule

In a form order without explanation, Chief Justice John Roberts yesterday declined home health care industry groups’ request to delay a lower court’s ruling upholding the Department of Labor’s new regulations governing home health care workers aimed at boosting wages. He did not ...

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Tip Credits, Tip Pooling Continue to be Hot Issues in FLSA Litigation

The hospitality industry is ground zero for many of the hottest wage and hour issues under the FLSA and state laws, both in lawsuits filed by plaintiffs’ attorneys and in federal and state department of labor investigations. Tip credit and ...

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Federal Contractor Minimum Wage to Increase for 2016

The President’s Executive Order 13658, released in October 2014, which set a minimum wage for certain federal contractor employees requires that the Department of Labor adjust the minimum wage on an annual basis. Earlier this month in the Federal Register, ...

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DOL Promoting Timesheet App again on Official Blog

The DOL promoted its Timesheet app again in a blog post yesterday, which it cross-posted to DigitalGov (and why DigitalGov.Gov, instead of Digital.Gov?).  Since May 2011, DOL has offered Timesheet for individuals to use to keep their own separate time records.  The free ...

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Missouri Battles Over Minimum Wage, Right to Work Rage On

As I’ve been covering on Twitter, Missouri has been roiled lately with state and local battles over the minimum wage and right to work legislation. Both saw developments last week. Last Wednesday, the Missouri General Assembly sustained Governor Jay Nixon’s ...

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