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Protect Your Business From Overtime Lawsuits Due to Remote Work

Wed November 4, 2020 News

Steps to Protect Your Business From Overtime Lawsuits Due to Remote Work Employers must track non-exempt employees’ hours worked, pay for all hours worked, and pay overtime wages for each hour worked over forty hours in a work week, under state and federal law. Especially with remote work, businesses must […]

Healthcare Practitioners Returning to Work – CDC Updates Guidance

Wed November 4, 2020 News

Healthcare Practitioners Returning to Work – CDC Updates Guidance The CDC has updated its guidance for returning health care practitioner (HCP) employees exposed to COVID-19 back to work. The updated guidance is based on differing severities of COVID-19 symptoms and recognizes limitations of test-based return to work strategies. It also […]

Legal Update: PERC Shortens Time to File ULP

Wed November 4, 2020 News

LEGAL UPDATE: PERC SHORTENS TIME TO FILE ULP Recently, the Florida Public Employees Relations Commission (“PERC”) shortened the time for filing an unfair labor practice charge (“ULP”) involving a unilateral change. Instead of filing within 6 months of when the change is implemented, unions now must file within 6 months […]

MORE EMPLOYEES ELIGIBLE FOR FFCRA PAID LEAVE – DOL Update

Wed November 4, 2020 News

MORE EMPLOYEES ELIGIBLE FOR FFCRA PAID LEAVE UNDER NEW DOL DEFINITION OF HEALTH CARE PROVIDER Effective September 16, 2020, more employees will be eligible under the Families First Coronavirus Response Act (FFCRA) when the new Department of Labor (DOL)’s rule—redefining “health care provider” who may be excluded by their employer […]