Labor and Employment Law News

The Department of Labor issued final overtime rules. If an employer has employee making less than $43,888 on July 1 or less than $58,656 on January 1, they have to paying overtime. Read more here.

Collective bargaining can counteract intrusive workplace surveillance. Read how here.

On May 24, 2020, the US Supreme Court held that courts should stay – rather than dismiss – a lawsuit after compelling arbitration. Read more here.

Unlimited PTO: What Are the Pros and Cons? While getting as much paid vacation as you want sounds ideal, there’s more to this workplace benefit than first meets the eye – and it has generated plenty of controversy in organizations. Read more here.

Longevity and the inclusive workplace. Office layout could be the key to making multiple generation workplaces more inclusive. Read more here.

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