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Does your handbook reflect the latest DOL and Supreme Court rules?

Does your anti-discrimination statement include sexual orientation and transsexual discrimination? Have you provided clear rules on overtime and off-the-clock work? Have you updated your benefits and FMLA policies to reflect the new rights of same-sex married couples, based on the new Supreme Court ruling? Here is what you need to know to get your Employee Handbook in order for required changes in 2016... Read More

I-9 audits are skyrocketing ... how can my organization survive one?

The U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) has been getting tough on I-9 violations. The number of ICE audits of employers' I-9 forms last year is more than 12 TIMES higher than in 2007. Plus, the agency rolled out a new version of the I-9 in 2013 — do you understand all the changes? Read More

You can't rely on outdated knowledge of the FLSA

Would you rather continue whatever you've been doing — and not doing — with regard to FLSA compliance? It's understandable. You simply want to get on with your business. All this wage-and-hour stuff is a pain. But it's a lot more painful to keep paying your employees more than you have to. And the pain becomes excruciating when failure to comply leads to an audit, a fine or — the ultimate financial torture — a lawsuit. You're even on the hook for your employees' mistakes. An incorrectly completed timesheet can put you in harm's way. Unfair but true. If you think you're already doing your best to comply with all those complicated FLSA regulations, and that's sufficient, think again. Read More

Cheating on overtime pay: Can it mean jail time?

At least that's the case in New York, where state Attorney General Eric Schneiderman is leaving little doubt he is serious about enforcing the state's wage theft law. Abdul Jamir Khokhar, who operates several Papa John's Pizza shops in New York City, will serve 60 days in jail for falsifying business records after Schneiderman teamed up with U.S. Department of Labor investigators to prosecute the case. Read More

Mistakes managers make when conducting interviews

When managers conduct job interviews, they have to walk a very fine line. They have to be polite, but assertive. They have to listen well, but always be thinking about the next question. They have to probe beyond those stock answers, and they must be aware of the illegal questions out there too. Business Management Daily's Pat DiDomenico describes the five most common mistakes managers make when conducting interviews. Read More

Advice from a millennial CEO

Kevin Lavelle, 29, is founder and CEO of Mizzen Main, a menswear company based in Dallas. He was a finalist for the EY Entrepreneur of the Year award in 2015. Read More

Are you managing female employees as well as you think?

Regardless of how fairly you think you treat your male and female employees, research indicates that managers may unknowingly damper women's career enthusiasm and hinder their performance. Here's what all leaders should know about effectively managing their female employees for long-term success. Read More

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