Will the NLRB Finally Settle Joint Employment Concerns?

  By Jim Hoeft  |    Tue Jun 12, 2018

Category: Expert Advice, Legal

Over the last several years, several high-profile cases, most notably Browning-Ferris and Hy-Brand have come for a ruling before the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB). Josh Eidelson of Bloomberg writes that the crux of both these cases is whether or not employees have the right to pursue a claim against or collectively...

Just Ask Jeff: The delay was too long from your referral to the hire.

  By Jeffrey G. Allen  |    Mon Apr 02, 2018

Category: Expert Advice, Legal, Recruiting

What Client Says: The delay was too long from your referral to the hire. How Client Pays: The average delay from referral of a candidate to hire is 98 days. You probably think it's 30 days. I did when I was a recruiter. But as an HR manager, I...

5 Things You Need to Know About New Overtime Regulations By Michael Silvio

  By Anonymous  |    Mon Dec 12, 2016

Category: Expert Advice, Legal

This December, salaried employees earning less than $47,476 will eligible for overtime pay when working more than 40 hours per week, under a U.S. Department of Labor ruling issued in May. At about double the current threshold of $23,660, this will make millions of workers eligible for overtime who have...

Understanding The New Overtime Rules-New Overtime Rules for Salespeople

  By Henry J. Glickel  |    Thu Sep 29, 2016

Category: Expert Advice, Legal

We’ve all heard the buzz encircling the new rules when it comes to overtime and salespeople. However, many of us are left with a variety of unanswered questions regarding all the details. This overview will expose the facts of the recent changes in overtime laws. Let’s start with some initial terminology...

Contingent Labor Providers Beware by James W. Boyan III, Esq.

  By Anonymous  |    Tue Dec 08, 2015

Category: Expert Advice, Legal

U.S. DOL Issues New Guidance Declaring that “Most Workers are Employees under the FLSA” On July 15, 2015, the United States Department of Labor (“DOL” or the “Agency”) issued Administrator’s Interpretation No. 2015-1 which sets forth the standard the Agency will use to determine whether a worker an...

NONCOMPETITION & NONSOLICITATION AGREEMENTS IN THE PLACEMENT & STAFFING INDUSTRY by John R. Bauer

  By Anonymous  |    Tue May 05, 2015

Category: Expert Advice, Legal

Except in California, placement and staffing firms routinely require that their employees sign noncompetition and/or nonsolicitation agreements. Moreover, there are few, if any, industries that litigate over these agreements more frequently than the placement and staffing industry. Placement and staffing firms regularly sue former employees who have gone to work...

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