The Austin City Council passed a new ordinance on earned sick time that will take effect on Oct. 1 but is likely to be challenged in court almost immediately. Nevertheless, local employers should be aware of the basic requirements of the law so that they can prepare for the possibility of enforcement this fall.Tags: Benefits Compensation Equal Pay Pay
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California HR professionals know the importance of promptly and accurately paying employees for all hours worked and that failing...
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The U.S. Supreme Court will revisit whether car dealership service advisors are exempt from overtime pay under the Fair...
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