Topics: Labor

N.Y. AG Seeks to Hold Domino's Liable as Joint Employer

New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman has sued Domino's LLC, the worldwide pizza chain, seeking to hold the company liable as a joint employer with several New York franchisees. The lawsuit represents the first time a state enforcement agency has sought to avail itself of the National Labor Relations Board's (NLRB's) recently revised joint employer standard, and is the latest in a recent trend of aggressive government enforcement actions with respect to joint employer liability. More

5 Ways to Treat Your Job Candidate Search Like a Good Customer Service Experience

A retail customer wants to be appreciated for his patronage and tended to quickly. And a potential employee wants to be acknowledged for his effort and what he has to offer. If you want to start your working relationship on the right foot, don’t allow job applicants and interviewees to fall into a black hole while you hem and haw over your hiring decision. Here’s how to make your future workers happy from the start. More

NATSO Issues Overtime Rule Analysis and Compliance Guide

NATSO issued a detailed analysis and compliance guide for the Department of Labor's Overtime Eligibility Rule issued May 18, 2016. More

Department of Labor Announces New Rules for Overtime Pay

On May 17 the Department of Labor (DOL) released a final rule governing overtime pay under the Fair Labor Standards Act. Although the Final Rule improves upon the proposed rule, incorporating a number of NATSO's comments to DOL, it nonetheless includes a significant increase to the overtime salary threshold, and includes automatic increases in the future. This will present considerable challenges to employees and employers alike. NATSO is still analyzing the more than 500 page rule, and will provide a detailed summary and compliance guide in the coming days. More

NATSO Meets With OMB to Discuss Overtime Rule

NATSO met with the White House Office of Management and Budget (OMB) May 4 to voice industry concerns regarding the Department of Labor’s (DOL) proposed Overtime Rule, which would greatly expand the universe of employees eligible for overtime pay. More

Industry Awaits Final Overtime Regulation

As the Department of Labor works to finish its overtime rule by summer, rumors are circulating that the agency could lower the salary threshold for overtime eligibility. It remains unclear at this time what the final overtime rule will look like. However, Politico reported that the agency is considering lowering the salary level at which employees are eligible for overtime to $47,000, down from $50,440 in the proposed rule. More

Congressman Byrne Introduces Resolution to Nullify Persuader Rule

Rep. Bradley Byrne (R-Ala.) recently introduced a resolution (H.J. Res 87) under the Congressional Review Act to nullify the Department of Labor’s controversial final persuader rule, which went into effect April 25. More

NATSO Foundation’s Bill Moon Scholarship: Advice to Recommenders

What quick bits of advice would you give to managers or other employment supervisors about writing strong recommendations for applicants, whether to the NATSO Foundation’s Bill Moon Scholarship or to other organizations? More

Employers Want Rollback of HealthCare Law Employer Mandate, Survey Finds

Nearly 70 percent of employers want a rollback of the Affordable Care Act’s (ACA) employer mandate, according to a new survey from global consulting firm, Mercer. More than 80 percent of the 644 employers polled cited significant additional administrative burdens as one of their chief complaints, with 51 percent classifying the administrative burdens as “very significant.” More

NATSO Foundation’s Bill Moon Scholarship: Advice to Candidates

Here are a few short hints about two parts of the Bill Moon Scholarship application from an interview we conducted with the Bill Moon Scholarship’s independent reviewer. More

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