Employment Laws to Watch in 2017

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Employment Laws to Watch in 2017

With a change in administration just around the corner, President-Elect Trump’s priorities are starting to take shape. What can we anticipate for 2017? It is still too early to forecast what the upcoming year will bring, but here are five employment areas to keep your eye on in the months ahead.
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Begin the Conversation Now: Developing an FLSA Communication Plan

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Begin the Conversation Now: Developing an FLSA Communication Plan

The U.S. Department of Labor passed legislation regarding the FLSA Overtime Rule in 2016. This new ruling, which established a new salary threshold, effective December 1, 2016, prompts many organizations to reevaluate and update their policies and procedures in relation to employees who are currently classified as exempt.


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FCRA Class Action Lawsuits: The Most Common Violations

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FCRA Class Action Lawsuits: The Most Common Violations

Every year, the number of FCRA class action lawsuits against employers keeps growing. The main reason for this: there’s money to be made. With a number of well-publicized high-dollar settlements, including Home Depot’s $3 million and Publix Super Market’s $6.8 million, as well as the potential for large payouts, it’s expected that this trend will continue.
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