Employee "working" status triggers a variety of protections including, for many hourly employees, minimum wage and overtime standards. However, the term "work" was not precisely defined in the 1938 Fair Labor Standards Act creating a federal minimum wage. Show More Summary
By Connor Wolf, The Daily Caller The Fairness Center announced Wednesday that it has sued Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf for signing an executive order which it claims unfairly benefits organized labor.
Categories: BPO, Industry News, Services Procurement & Contingent Labor, Talent Management Tags: General News, L3 If looked at from an outsider perspective, Spend Matters has done a fair job covering the services procurement solutions landscape to date. Show More Summary
There are two million home health-care workers in the United States, and not one of them is guaranteed minimum wage or overtime pay under federal law. That's because in 1974, amendments to the Fair Labor Standards Act exempted all workers who provide “com
If NSW Labor leader Luke Foley loses by a fair margin on Saturday - something like the 46 to 54 now suggested by polls -…
You agree to divide household labor—not necessarily equally, but fairly.
The Third Circuit ruled Wednesday that certain truckers are entitled to overtime pay under the Fair Labor Standards Act, finding that drivers of lighter vehicles are subject to a "carveout" from the FLSA's overtime exemptions. The FLSA establishes minimum wage and overtime requirements that apply to the majority of workers.......
New York tipped workers will soon see a substantial wage increase, but the increase is not nearly enough to raise more workers out of poverty, to compensate their labor fairly, and to reduce the pressure to tolerate hostile work environments...Show More Summary
Leopolda Zumaya was working as an apple picker in Pennsylvania when he fell from a tree, breaking his leg and leaving him with permanent nerve damage and a chronic pain disorder. A treating physician said Mr. Zumaya's injuries were among the worst he'd seen, but when his boss learned Mr. Show More Summary
This year, our nation came close to ending a shameful, nearly century-long chapter in history that carried on the legacies of slavery and Jim Crow for domestic workers in the U.S. But on the cusp of finally bringing justice to a neglected...Show More Summary
State employee unions on Thursday sued to block Gov. Bruce Rauner's attempt to withhold fees unions receive from nonmembers, calling his executive order a "patently illegal" attempt to weaken organized labor ahead of new contract negotiations. The...Show More Summary
Labor finally has released a policy - a populist pitch to make nasty foreign multinationals pay their “fair share” of tax. As Labor leader Bill…
As FairPoint's labor unions continue to strike over getting fair wages and benefits for the fifth month in a row, New Hampshire customers are continuing to suffer a series of service delays, reports WMUR.com.
Investor's Business Daily Labor: A year ago, the United Auto Workers launched a high-profile campaign to unionize a Tennessee Volkswagen plant. But a majority of the workers said no. The UAW lost fair and square, but it won't take no for an answer.
I’ve got a new piece at Reason on how the U.S. Department of Labor stepped over the line when — relying on an obscure “hot goods” provision of the 1938 Fair Labor Standards Act — it slapped an order on two Oregon blueberry growers forbidding them from selling their crop until they settled a (dubious) […] U.S. Show More Summary
Walter Olson What does federal labor law have in common with civil forfeiture law? As I write at Reason: Under a provision of the 1938 Fair Labor Standards Act, the U.S. Department of Labor can seek what is known as a “hot goods” order,...Show More Summary
Under a provision of the 1938 Fair Labor Standards Act, the U.S. Department of Labor can seek what is known as a "hot goods" order, freezing the physical output of an employer hat it suspects of having violated wage and hour law, all without having to prove its case at a trial. Show More Summary
Apple has released its Supplier Responsibility Progress Report for 2015, providing an update on the actions the company has continued to take in ensuring that fair labor practices and human rights are respected through its supply chain. Show More Summary
Amy Dean’s profile of AFL-CIO head Richard Trumka is excellent and well worth your time. I am skeptical of the framing of this issue as “Can Richard Trumka Save the Labor Movement?” (and to be fair, the framing is in the title, which Dean almost certainly didn’t write) because, as is so common when talking […]
mondaq.com In March 2014, President Obama directed the U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) to update existing overtime regulations for so-called “white collar” employees under the federal Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA).