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The federal government has been granted more time to figure out what to do about overtime regulations that remain in judicial limbo.
A scientist who worked for the National Nuclear Security Administration (NNSA) in Los Alamos discovered that a male coworker was making more money than she was for substantially equal work.
While U.S. companies seem to be engaged in a paid family leave arms race, the amount of time offered may not be the most important factor to employees, a new study has found. Instead, flexibility may be of greater value to workers than a more rigid policy that provides a longer duration of leave, the Boston Consulting Group (BCG) says.
A plan sponsor organization is asking the Trump administration for immediate relief from the Affordable Care Act’s (ACA) employer reporting requirements.
Employee handbooks are recommended for several reasons, including that they set forth key company policies. Well-written handbook policies state how compensation will be addressed and who has the power to bind the company.
A health insurer that had laptops with personal information stolen can be sued by participants, even if they have no evidence that the thieves later misused the data, a federal appeals court ruled.
The U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) on February 9 filed a notice delaying the April 10 applicability date of its rule broadening the definition of a fiduciary.
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