December 08, 2015

HR Article Roundup: December 2015

HR Article Roundup: December 2015

By Kit Dickinson on December 08, 2015

Human Resources Article Roundup - December 2015

There’s a lot going on in the world of Human Resources and Payroll. We’ll help you stay connected and informed with the latest news and developments. Take a look at these latest articles.

Overtime: DOL Sets Tentative Deadline for Final Rules

Via HR Morning. The DOL is targeting July 2016 for the release of FLSA’s final overtime exemption rules. What does that mean for employers, and for the Presidential election?

HR Roundtable: How Can We Simplify Human Resources?

Via TLNT. The HR Roundtable in Cincinnati recently discussed the complexity of the HR profession and how (and if) Human Resources can be made simpler. Great thoughts and insights here!

Prevailing Wage Violations NYC

Via LaborExpress. A non-union company has been debarred from doing work with New York City and State for five years due to underpaying three Latino immigrant workers.

Video: 5 Minutes of Management: Employers Shift to Benefits From Pay

Via Workforce. Workforce editors Rick Bell and Frank Kalman discuss how some employers are increasing compensation through benefits rather than salaries and wages. Relevant content begins around the 1:45 mark.

Uptick in FLSA Litigation Expected to Continue in 2016

Via Bloomberg BNA. Federal wage and hour litigation is on the rise and is expected to continue increasing in 2016. See which industries and job classifications are at the center of it.

U.S. Department Of Labor Reaching Out To Retail Workers About Their Rights

Via TLNT. The DOL’s Wage and Hour Division is reaching out to retailers and their employees to educate them about their rights under the FLSA—just in time for the holiday shopping rush.

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