U.S. Secretary of Labor Alexander Acosta has said on several occasions that the Fair Labor Standards Act’s (FLSA’s) exempt salary threshold for white-collar workers needs to be raised, just not by as much as the blocked Obama administration-era rule would have required. So what would a new rule entail? It reportedly might include automatic adjustments for inflation.Tags: Benefits Compensation Equal Pay Pay
Janet L. Heins|California, Critical Evaluation, Minimum Wage, News, Overtime Eligibility and Exemptions, Benefits, Compensation, Equal Pay, Pay
California’s minimum wage and overtime-exempt salary threshold will rise in 2018 at different levels depending on employer size. Complicating...
Janet L. Heins|Critical Evaluation, Defined Contribution Plans, Fiduciary Duty, News, Benefits, Compensation, Equal Pay, Pay
While the expanded definition of fiduciary that went into effect on June 9, 2017 remains in place, the Department...
Janet L. Heins|2nd Circuit, Compensation Compliance, Employment Contracts, News, Relationship Management, Benefits, Compensation, Equal Pay, Pay
Claims under the Fair Labor Standards Act can be subject to arbitration, according to the 2nd U.S. Circuit Court...
Janet L. Heins|Benefits and Taxation, Influencing Government Policy, News, Benefits, Compensation, Equal Pay, Pay
Eliminating the tax exclusion for employer-provided education assistance, as the House tax reform bill proposes, could inhibit employers’ ability...
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