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FLSA Section 13(a) Exemptions Comment Period Will Not Be Extended
Posted on 3 Sep 2015 by Fisher & Phillips LLP

by John E. Thompson There will be no extension of the original 60-day period for commenting on the U.S. Labor Department's proposals and requests relating to the federal Fair Labor Standards Act's Section 13(a)(1) exemptions. U.S. Wage and... Read More

When Will The Exemption Changes Occur?
Posted on 26 Oct 2015 by Fisher & Phillips LLP

by John E. Thompson One of the most-pressing questions for employers at the moment is when the U.S. Labor Department will finalize changes in its definitions of the federal Fair Labor Standards Act's Section 13(a)(1) exemptions. Some have recently... Read More

LinkedIn’s $6M FLSA Settlement Provides A Good Lesson To Employers
Posted on 5 Aug 2014 by Doug Esten

LinkedIn will pay nearly $6 million in back pay and liquidated damages to 359 current and former employees following a Department of Labor investigation, reports the DOL . The employees, reports Business Insider , are commissioned inside salespeople.... Read More

Must Employers Pay Salaried Workers for Time Not Worked Under the FLSA?
Posted on 11 Oct 2013 by Steptoe & Johnson PLLC

by Keisha N. Jackson Riddle me (you) this: A salaried employee has worked for your company for just two weeks. He gets sick and misses one full day of work. He has accrued a small number of hours in his leave bank but not enough to cover the whole... Read More

LinkedIn’s $6M FLSA Settlement Provides A Good Lesson To Employers
Posted on 5 Aug 2014 by Jon Hyman

LinkedIn will pay nearly $6 million in back pay and liquidated damages to 359 current and former employees following a Department of Labor investigation, reports the DOL . The employees, reports Business Insider , are commissioned inside salespeople.... Read More

FLSA Update - Pharmaceutical Sales Representatives
Posted on 9 Jul 2012 by Ashley Kasarjian

In Christopher v. SmithKline Beecham Corp. , the Supreme Court ruled on whether pharmaceutical sales representatives are properly classified as exempt under the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA). Short answer - Yes . The FLSA requires that employees... Read More

  • Blog Post: FLSA Update - Pharmaceutical Sales Representatives

    In Christopher v. SmithKline Beecham Corp. , the Supreme Court ruled on whether pharmaceutical sales representatives are properly classified as exempt under the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA). Short answer - Yes . The FLSA requires that employees are paid at least the federal minimum wage for all...
  • Blog Post: Must Employers Pay Salaried Workers for Time Not Worked Under the FLSA?

    by Keisha N. Jackson Riddle me (you) this: A salaried employee has worked for your company for just two weeks. He gets sick and misses one full day of work. He has accrued a small number of hours in his leave bank but not enough to cover the whole day. Are you obligated to pay the employee for the...
  • Blog Post: LinkedIn’s $6M FLSA Settlement Provides A Good Lesson To Employers

    LinkedIn will pay nearly $6 million in back pay and liquidated damages to 359 current and former employees following a Department of Labor investigation, reports the DOL . The employees, reports Business Insider , are commissioned inside salespeople. Typically, inside salespeople are not exempt under...
  • Blog Post: FLSA Section 13(a) Exemptions Comment Period Will Not Be Extended

    by John E. Thompson There will be no extension of the original 60-day period for commenting on the U.S. Labor Department's proposals and requests relating to the federal Fair Labor Standards Act's Section 13(a)(1) exemptions. U.S. Wage and Hour Administrator David Weil has so notified members...
  • Blog Post: When Will The Exemption Changes Occur?

    by John E. Thompson One of the most-pressing questions for employers at the moment is when the U.S. Labor Department will finalize changes in its definitions of the federal Fair Labor Standards Act's Section 13(a)(1) exemptions. Some have recently suggested that final regulations will be released...