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This week's Compensation Daily Advisor covers avoiding litigation due to commission agreements, BLR's 2014 retirement benefits survey, and invites readers to share their best practices for training programs.
This week, the Compensation Daily Advisor discussed contingent workers, leave fraud, and the 5 levels of leadership.
Tilted Kilt Pub & Eatery has its headquarters in Tempe, but the Celtic sports bar chain has 90 restaurants throughout the United States and Canada. A recent incident involving the cost of the uniforms worn by servers recently cost the chain a total of nearly $45,000.
The Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) subjects employers to many requirements for paying wages to nonexempt employees (typically hourly workers). Subject to minimum wage and overtime requirements, an employer may deduct amounts from an employee's wages for things such as uniforms, property damage, tools, and cash shortages.
This week, the Compensation Daily Advisor discussed performance appraisals, the basics of compensation administration, and an expert's take on Hobby Lobby.
Nearly half of hiring managers and HR professionals at information technology companies say, from their company's perspective, it doesn't feel like the recession ever ended, according to a new survey. See how comp and benefits come into play.
America's security-cleared workforce endured a second straight year of declining compensation; however, the rate of decline has moderated from 3 percent in 2012 to less than 1 percent in 2013, according to ClearanceJobs.com.
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