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Federal ARB Says H-1B Employers Do Not Have to Pay Travel Costs for Employees Who Initially Decide to Stay in the U.S.

Employers that use workers eligible under H-1B non-immigrant visas agree that in the event of termination of employment, they will offer the employee payment for transportation home in certain circumstances. Earlier this...more

Wage and Hour Compliance: Off-the-Clock Work

by McManis Faulkner on

Thanks to the wonders of technology, it has become increasingly easier for non-exempt employees to engage in small work-related acts, or to be “on call” for their employer, after they have “clocked out” at the end of a shift....more

The Fast, the Furious, the Fundamentals: Travel Pay in California

by Seyfarth Shaw LLP on

Seyfarth Synopsis: Travel time pay is a nebulous area of the law that can leave many employers stalled on the starting blocks. Here are some guidelines to help ensure that employees get paid for all hours worked, including...more

Be Global - June 2015

by DLA Piper on

Whistleblowing: An employer's guide to global compliance - As the global push to combat corruption in government, politics, civil society and business gathers pace, whistleblowing continues to be a topic of ever...more

Time Travelling to and from Work Can Count as Working Time

by Reed Smith on

In the case of Federacion de Servicios Privados del sindicato Comisiones Obreras –v – Tyco, the Advocate General has held that, where an employee has no fixed or habitual place of work, time spent travelling from home to the...more

Employment Law 101: Travel Time

by Gray Reed & McGraw on

Who, What, Why . . . Who does it apply to: All employers who are subject to the Fair Labor Standards Act, which is virtually every employer....more

What's New for 2014 – FPPC Revises Treatment of Travel Payments to Public Agencies

by Nossaman LLP on

A payment for a public official's travel will generally be a gift to the official under the Political Reform Act ("PRA"), subject to the annual $440 gift limit1, and reportable on the official's Statement of Economic...more

Reading the Tea Leaves for Employment Law in 2013 (Harry Potter Edition)

by Pullman & Comley, LLC on

In this week’s Connecticut Law Tribune, I filed my annual “forecast” of employment law for 2013. As with the weather forecasts, it is subject to change on a moment’s notice. So drink your “tea” with a grain of...more

Monthly Wage Hour Tip – Travel Time

by Cozen O'Connor on

One of the areas of wage and hour law which often creates confusion is payment for travel time. The rules are different, for example, depending on how long the employee is away from home, and whether the employee is driving...more

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