Posts Tagged ‘OKwomen-blogs’
Deadline Nearing for D.C. Employers with Tipping: What to Know
The economy has become more and more dependent on tips. In fact, tipping is integral to many industries and employees…Read More
Potential Changes to Federal Overtime Pay Laws Loom
Currently, under the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) Motor Carrier Exemption, FedEx contractors do not have to pay drivers overtime…Read More
Sued? What to Know
It can feel like a nightmare. You walk into work or arrive home and find out that someone is suing…Read More
Same-Sex Marriages – Is Obergfell v Hodges next on the Supreme Court Chopping Block?
Obergefell v. Hodges is the landmark 2015 U.S. Supreme Court decision that legally recognized same-sex marriages and ruled that the…Read More
Marriage on the Rocks: Prenups- The Good, the Bad, the Funny
Wage Deductions: When Can You Make Them?
While wage deductions can effectively recoup costs and losses from an employee, deductions from wages are heavily regulated, and contractors…Read More
13 Things You Need to Know About Parent Coordinators, Particularly If You Are Involved in a High Conflict Custody Case
After a long struggle with the other parent over custody of the children, involving protracted litigation, repeated trips to the…Read More
The Turning Tide: How Americans Currently View the Supreme Court
Not too shocking: about half of Americans’ ratings of the Supreme Court are now as negative as – and more…Read More
Don’t Let Vendor Standard Contract Terms Hurt You; You Have Negotiating Power!
Situation: You’re a busy practice; you’re presented with a vendor’s standard contract with standard terms and conditions to sign…Read More
CDC Speaks Again: How Does it Affect Employees?
New COVID guidance from the CDC throws some of what we’ve learned about safe returns to work and prevention out…Read More