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Quick Quiz: Part-Time Exempt Status

Tom is the Department Manager for Bigtown Computer Corporation's ten-employee Research and Development department. Bigtown treats him as being exempt from the federal Fair Labor Standards Act's minimum-wage and overtime...more

A Part Time Exempt Employee—Is it Possible?

Several weeks ago we announced that we would be publishing a series of Advisories on important wage-and-hour compliance issues. This week, we will focus on the issue of an employee’s exempt status and whether it is possible...more

The Affordable Care Act’s Reporting Requirements for Carriers and Employers (Part 15 of 24): Coding Form 1095-C, Part II for...

As we noted in a previous post, the recently issued final 2015 Instructions for Forms 1094-C and 1095-C changed certain of the rules relating to the reporting for offers of COBRA coverage where the COBRA qualifying event...more

The Affordable Care Act’s Reporting Requirements for Carriers and Employers (Part 14 of 24): Coding Form 1095-C, Part II for...

When reporting offers of coverage to full-time employees under the Affordable Care Act’s (ACA) employer shared responsibility rules, much of the detail appears in Part II of IRS Form 1095-C, Lines 14, 15 and 16. For the most...more

Pittsburgh Paid Sick Leave Act Goes Into Effect January 11, 2016

The City of Pittsburgh recently became the second city in Pennsylvania to enact a paid sick leave law, with Mayor William Peduto signing the Paid Sick Days Act into law on August 13, 2015.  While the Act is facing legal...more

Seyfarth Submits Comments in Response to Proposed Overtime Rules

On Friday, Seyfarth’s Wage & Hour Litigation Practice Group submitted its comments to the Wage and Hour Division’s recent Notice of Proposed Rulemaking. As our readers know, the NPRM signals a potential overhaul to the FLSA’s...more

SEC Pay Ratio Rules — A Recipe for Compliance and Model Disclosure

The SEC recently adopted its final pay ratio disclosure rules. Commencing in early 2018, public companies[1] will have to disclose (i) their CEO's total annual compensation, (ii) the median total annual compensation of all...more

SEC Adopts Pay Ratio Rules

On August 5, 2015, the Securities and Exchange Commission (“SEC”) adopted rules, as directed by Congress in Section 953(b) of the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act (“Section 953(b)”), to require...more

SEC Issues Final Rule on Pay Ratio Disclosure

Nearly two years after issuing the proposed rule, the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) on August 5, 2015, adopted by a 3-2 vote, the final rule on CEO-to-median employee pay ratio disclosure in what has become...more

Limiting an Employee’s Hours to Avoid Offering Group Health Plan Coverage Under the Affordable Care Act: Evaluating the Risks...

Business leaders and human resources and employee benefits professionals are well aware of potential minefields for employer group health plan sponsors under the Affordable Care Act (ACA). Large employer plan sponsors are...more

SEC Adopts Final Pay Ratio Rule – A Comprehensive Summary

The SEC has adopted a final “pay ratio” rule required by Section 953(b) of the Dodd-Frank Act. In general, the “pay ratio” rule requires public companies to disclose the median of the annual total compensation of all...more

Update: Amendments to San Francisco Retail Workers Bill of Rights Take Effect

Less than one week after the San Francisco Retail Workers Bill of Rights became effective, it was amended in several ways that impact employers’ compliance obligations going forward....more

N.Y. State Fast Food Workers Likely To Win $15 Minimum Wage Raise

As previously reported, Gov. Andrew Cuomo in May empaneled a three-person wage board (the Board) to study and fix perceived wage inequality suffered by New York’s fast food workers – including by recommending whether, and by...more

The DOL’s New Proposed Overtime Rules and Part-Time White Collar Employees: Can the Fluctuating Workweek Method Solve the Problem?

The big questions often have surprisingly simple solutions, staring right back at us: - If a tree falls in the forest, and no one hears it, does it make a sound? Sound exists as a mechanical wave of pressure,...more

EEOC Issues Game-Changing Decision on Sexual Orientation Discrimination

Following the 2012 Equal Employment Opportunity Commission decision of Macy v. Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives and the United States Supreme Court Obergefell v. Hodges decision, the EEOC has issued a...more

San Francisco’s First “Retail Workers’ Bill of Rights” Creates More Obligations for Retail Employers

As of July 3, 2015, retail employers in San Francisco are required to comply with new regulations regarding the work hours, scheduling, pay and retention of their employees based on the passage of San Francisco’s first-ever...more

Hiring Part-Time Staff in Hong Kong

Under Hong Kong law, employees' entitlement to statutory benefits is dependent on whether the continuous employment requirement is satisfied. An employee will be deemed to be employed under a continuous contract if he/she has...more

Another Study Urges Restricting Employers' Scheduling Options

As we anticipated, another report – this one from DC Jobs With Justice, the Jobs With Justice Education Fund, the DC Fiscal Policy Institute, and the Georgetown University Department of Government – asserts that District of...more

The Groundswell for Paid Sick Leave

One of the biggest challenges facing employers today is how to ensure compliance in the perennially evolving field of employee benefits. In that vein, employers in certain states and localities across the country must now...more

Massachusetts Attorney General Revises "Safe Harbor" Provision to Address Part-Time Employees and Publishes Notice Poster

On June 10, 2015, the Massachusetts Attorney General’s Office published a revised Safe Harbor provision concerning the Earned Sick Time Law that made significant changes to the Safe Harbor provision previously issued on May...more

Oregon Becomes Fourth State to Pass Paid Sick Leave Law

On June 12, 2015, the Oregon legislature passed Senate Bill 454, legislation that will require most employers with 10 or more employees in Oregon to provide employees with up to 40 hours per year of paid sick leave. As...more

San Francisco Retail Workers Gain New Rights—What Employers Need to Know

On July 3, 2015, San Francisco adds another law to its long list of city-wide labor ordinances. In addition to the City's laws on paid sick leave, minimum wage, family friendly workplace, and health care security, employers...more

San Francisco Retail Workers Bill Of Rights Takes Effect July 3, 2015

The Ordinances impose significant new obligations regarding hiring and day-to-day operations of certain retail and service establishments that do business in San Francisco. The San Francisco Retail Workers Bill of Rights...more

Tacoma is the Third Washington City to Mandate Paid Leave

Earlier this year, the City Council of Tacoma, Washington approved a Paid Leave Ordinance (“Ordinance”).  Starting February 1, 2016, nearly all private sector employers must provide employees who work in Tacoma specified...more

Proposed Regulations Shed Light on Unanswered Massachusetts Sick Leave Questions

On November 4, 2014, Massachusetts voters approved a ballot question that requires all private-sector employers to provide employees with up to 40 hours of sick leave per calendar year....more

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